Installing

I have skimmed through many web pages, how to’s and editorials, my
final conclusion is that the programming language for this particular
part of the program is going to be Ruby.
There are many reasons:

  1. Apple will support it in 10.5
  2. There seems to be a lot of support for it in the Mac community
  3. Ruby developers seem to be Mac people.
  4. There is better documentation than COCOA for the activity i want
    my program to preform.
  5. Scrubyt a great looking gem that does what i think i want it to do
    with very understandable coding and explanation.

So that said I have tried to install ruby rubygems and all sorts of
other known beasts to run this Scrubyt. It is now day 4 of this fight
with the Terminal, i am tired why am I getting the following error ?

LoadError: no such file to load - scrubyt

method gem_original_require in custom_require.rb at line 27
method require in custom_require.rb at line 27
at top level in untitled.rb at line 7

I have loades Scrubyt somwhere

thank you in advance

ilivni wrote:

  1. Apple will support it in 10.5

‘it’ is Ruby, or Rails? They are different…

  1. There seems to be a lot of support for it in the Mac community
  2. Ruby developers seem to be Mac people.

Hardly; Ruby was invented in GNU-POSIX-Linux land. Then MacOhYesSex
came
to the party.

  1. There is better documentation than COCOA for the activity i want
    my program to preform.

And if all the Mac programmers just … jumped off a cliff, would you?

  1. Scrubyt a great looking gem that does what i think i want it to do
    with very understandable coding and explanation.

This would appear to be a Gem or Ruby question, not a Rails question.
(Rails
is a web platform written in mostly Ruby.)

So that said I have tried to install ruby rubygems and all sorts of
other known beasts to run this Scrubyt. It is now day 4 of this fight
with the Terminal, i am tired why am I getting the following error ?

Post this to a Ruby newsgroup, and include more details, such as the
actual
command lines you entered.

And tell that group if other gemmy commands work, such as ‘sudo gem
install
foo’, where ‘foo’ is some simple library.


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