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On 2/1/06, Phil D. [email protected] wrote:

? I TOLD it to.
your search by asking for information on one of:

String#upcase!, String#upcase!

I traced this to the docs being in both the site and system folders
… ruby\share\ri\1.8\site
… ruby\share\ri\1.8\system

I removed the contents of the site directory, and everything seems to be
working again.

Thanks… this is a big help! I’ll take a closer look ASAP.

Curt

Curt H. wrote:

http://www.garbagecollect.jp/ruby/mswin32/en/download/release.html
Ok, this version does have the require problem too:

c:\ruby-1.8.4\bin>ruby -ryaml
puts(1.to_yaml)
C:/ruby-1.8.4/lib/ruby/1.8/yaml.rb:436: No space left on device -
C:/ruby-1.8.4/lib/ruby/1.8/yaml.rb (Errno::ENOSPC)

You are off the hook, Curt :slight_smile:

What is the best way to report this bug?

Guillaume.

A LeDonne wrote:

RUBYOPT=rubygems
ruby 1.8.4 (2005-12-24) [i386-mswin32]
H:>path
PATH=c:\windows\system32;c:\windows;c:\ruby-1.8.4-one\bin

It looks like it’s trying to write files in retrieving a gem, but
failing with “No space left on device”. Can you successfully write
other files under Wine, say, using Notepad.exe?

Sure can:

% wine wcmd
WCMD Version 0.17

H:>c:
c:>dir
Volume in drive c is
Volume Serial Number is 0000-0000

Directory of c:\

2/1/2006 12:19 AM 0 1
1/20/2006 12:11 AM 0 autoexec.bat
1/20/2006 12:11 AM 0 config.sys
1/22/2006 3:25 PM Program Files
1/22/2006 3:25 PM Programme
1/20/2006 12:25 AM ruby-1.8.2
1/24/2006 1:18 AM ruby-1.8.4
1/31/2006 9:24 AM ruby-1.8.4-one
1/22/2006 1:52 AM temp
1/20/2006 12:11 AM tmp
1/25/2006 12:59 PM windows
3 files 0 bytes
8 directories 10,045,562,880 bytes free

c:>echo test > test
c:>type test
test

Guillaume.

On 2/1/06, Guillaume M. [email protected] wrote:

What is the best way to report this bug?

I see you already did what was going to suggest, but I was also going
to say that I doubted that there was anything that he could do because
its not really his target environment.

I think that you were just lucky that it worked before. Of course
that spoiled you and set your expectations too high… but that’s
another story entirely. Sorry :frowning:

Curt

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