On 17/nov/06, at 20:25, jeckyll wrote:
I’ve already installed the latest version of ruby in /usr/local/bin
“my ruby” with Rubycocoa doesn’t work. So i tried the internal
should i just overwrite the internal ruby? Is that possible at least ?
Did you install the binaries from the .dmg? I don’t know whether it
looks for ruby in /usr/bin or /usr/local/bin.
Anyway, it could be a RubyCocoa bug. Are you sure you’re using the
Try downloading the latest stable version from SVN:
svn co https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/rubycocoa/trunk rubycocoa
Then you can compile and install it by typing:
ruby install.rb config
ruby install.rb setup
sudo ruby install.rb install
within the rubycocoa/src/ directory. Config should use --prefix=/usr/
local by default.
If you don’t have svn, look here: http://metissian.com/projects/
macosx/subversion/ (I had the fink version installed, but I think it
was broken, I wasn’t able to install https support no matter how I
tried. Maybe they fixed it now, I don’t really know).