Need help with SQLite3


#1

I am trying to install SQLite3

I put the required Windows32 files into my path. I installed the gem
sqlite3-ruby successfully … but something is wrong!

I tested the installation with:

require ‘rubygems’
require ‘sqlite3’
puts “It’s all okay!” if defined?(SQLite3::Database)

On out put I get nothing … if all was setup ok i should get out of:

It’s all okay!

Any idea what could be causing the issue?


#2

Joshua C. wrote:

I am trying to install SQLite3

I put the required Windows32 files into my path. I installed the gem
sqlite3-ruby successfully … but something is wrong!

I tested the installation with:

require ‘rubygems’
require ‘sqlite3’
puts “It’s all okay!” if defined?(SQLite3::Database)

On out put I get nothing … if all was setup ok i should get out of:

It’s all okay!

Any idea what could be causing the issue?

What directory was your prompt pointing at? What is the output when you
type:

…some/path> sqlite3


#3

when I type $ sqlite3

No matter the directory since it is in my path

I get the output

SQLite version 3.6.13
Enter “.help” for instructions
Enter SQL statements terminated with “;”
sqlite>

But, it seems my Ruby is not connecting to SQLite3. For instance, that
test
file I setup should have gave the prompted text if it returned TRUE, but
it
seems to have returned FALSE

So, any code I write will not interface with the database :-\


#4

On May 4, 3:03 am, Joshua C. removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

Enter SQL statements terminated with “;”

I am trying to install SQLite3
On out put I get nothing … if all was setup ok i should get out of:

Posted viahttp://www.ruby-forum.com/.

Do you have sqlite3.dll in your path too?

Regards,
Bosko


#5

Bosko I. wrote:

On May 4, 3:03�am, Joshua C. removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

Enter SQL statements terminated with “;”

I am trying to install SQLite3
On out put I get nothing … if all was setup ok i should get out of:

Posted viahttp://www.ruby-forum.com/.

Do you have sqlite3.dll in your path too?

Regards,
Bosko

This has probably nothing to do with sqlite3.dll.

I guess something is wrong with sqlite3 gem. Try to uninstall it and
install it again.

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TheR