On Thu, Feb 5, 2009 at 6:23 AM, Mark T. email@example.com
ruby: symbol lookup error:
undefined symbol: Init_wxMediaCtrl
The problem isn’t with wxRuby 1.9.8 in that area, it’s with the fact,
wxruby2.so, cannot find the Symbol Init_wxMediaCtrl, which is a C/C++
With debug enabled:
-rubygems -debug minimal.rb
LoadError' at /usr/lib/ruby/1.8/rubygems.rb:772 - no such file to load -- rubygems/defaults/operating_system ExceptionNameError’ at -e:1 - undefined local variable or method
bug' for main:Object -e:1: undefined local variable or methodbug’ for main:Object
The Problem with this, is you used -debug, which is only partly right.
you actually need, is ruby -d, cause you threw in there, an eval, which
done with the switch -e, but since -d doesn’t require any arguments, it
automatically processed the e as another command switch, which tried to
‘bug’. Hence why there’s an NameError in that.
Any help will be greatly appreciated, thanks,
It looks as though you have 2.8.8 installed for wxWidgets for the 2.8
series, as well as the 2.4, and the 2.6 series of wxWidgets. It may
nothing, but I would try removing the 2.4 and 2.6 series libraries for
wxbase, and wxgtk, and then force a re-install of the 2.8 series, to see
that helps any.
Just a few suggestions.