Ferret and Acts as Ferret on OSX

Hi,

Can anyone recommend a version of Ferret and Acts_as_ferret that works
on
OSX?

I have tried a number of versions now and all throw a bus error when
they
attempt to build
an index.

Thanks,

Keith

the latest version works for both. just pick the highest number when
prompted.

Keith D. wrote:

Hi,

Can anyone recommend a version of Ferret and Acts_as_ferret that works
on
OSX?

I have tried a number of versions now and all throw a bus error when
they
attempt to build
an index.

Thanks,

Keith

Actually they don’t.

As described in the 0.11.0 release thread there is a problem with it on
OSX.
However, I have discovered that 0.10.14 does work, my problem was that I
hadn’t uninstalled 0.11.0, damn sleepy brain.

Keith

On 2/26/07, Keith D. [email protected] wrote:

Actually they don’t.

As described in the 0.11.0 release thread there is a problem with it on
OSX.
However, I have discovered that 0.10.14 does work, my problem was that I
hadn’t uninstalled 0.11.0, damn sleepy brain.

Keith

I’m pretty sure that Dave will rule this issues out with the next minor
release. Seems as if he is resolving loads of issues right now. So don’t
forget to check your “gem update ferret” from time to time, since there
were
segfault issues in the 0.10-branch that get resolved right now.

Cheers,
Jan

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On 2/27/07, Jan P. [email protected] wrote:

I’m pretty sure that Dave will rule this issues out with the next minor
release. Seems as if he is resolving loads of issues right now. So don’t
forget to check your “gem update ferret” from time to time, since there were
segfault issues in the 0.10-branch that get resolved right now.

Thanks Jan,
I’m just about to put out another version. Just running all of my unit
tests and building the gem and then I’ll put it up. Hopefully it’ll
fix up most of the new problems that people are experiencing. Please
try the new version and let me know if you are still experiencing any
problems.

Cheers,
Dave


Dave Balmain
http://www.davebalmain.com/

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