Thanks for the lesson greg.
Maybe i wasnt using the correct terminlogy, that having been done by
years of explaining such concepts to people that dont know what
binaries are and english not being my first language.
Nevertheless, VS is using one version of ruby with one set of gems and
running the other version which doesnt happen to have those set of
gems, and this happened by following your advice. That is what i was
trying to say.
so, here are my 2 cents. use defaults for starters, dont go for the
installing in som/weird/place/, have one version of ruby and one set
of gems, like this you are less likely to run into these problems.