Randy Adanza wrote:
[…] when trying to install Gems and/or Update them via Tools ->
Ruby Gems I always get stuck and given this message (see
You are hitting older JRuby issue. See:
You will encounter this only with older JRuby, JRuby 1.1.3 and further
bundles RubyGems 1.2.0 which does require much less memory.
You might either:
- switch to other platform (newer JRuby, MRI, Rubinius) in the Platform
- increase the memory as described in the wiki.
- switch to NetBeans 6.5 dev build (which bundles JRuby 1.1.3):
Also, I noticed that Netbeans installs the Gems in a particular
NetBeans behaves exactly the same way as from the command-line wrt. to
Gem Home, Gem Path, … RubyGems settings. You are using (bundled) JRuby
which store its gems in the interpreters directory…
, can I copy this directory and apply it to my home pc so
that I could get the Gems applied to it also?
…you might e.g. set GEM_HOME (in Ruby Platform Manager) to:
and move this repo to other machine and point the GEM_HOME on that
machine to it.