Question about running ant test on JRuby 1.2 in github

Hi Gang,

I’m new to JRuby and am trying to run the test suite for the first
time on the jruby-1_2 branch from github. Running ant test I get the
following error:

$ ant test
[…]
test-rake-targets:
[echo] compile=OFF, threshold=20, objectspace=true
threadpool=false reflection=false
[java] /Users/stevej/local/src/jruby/bin/rake:19: undefined
method `bin_path’ for Gem:Module (NoMethodError)

BUILD FAILED
/Users/stevej/local/src/jruby/build.xml:726: The following error
occurred while executing this line:
/Users/stevej/local/src/jruby/build.xml:748: Java returned: 1

Is this a known error?

My JRUBY_HOME is /Users/stevej/local/src/jruby
and I’m running Java 1.5 on OS X.
My version of rubygems is 1.3.2

$ gem --version
1.3.2

But jgem is 1.3.1 and I notice that the RubyGems CHANGELOG states that
Gem::bin_path was added in 1.3.2 quite recently:

“Added Gem::bin_path to make finding executables easier. Patch #24114
by James T…” 1

Best,
Steve


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This must be some odd interaction with gem 1.3.2 and the branch which
is 1.3.1 (and maybe github and sunspots). Can you just try master or a
binary for the moment? And if you feel up to it, file a bug so we can
get 1.2 branch working again.

  • Charlie (mobile)

On Apr 18, 2009, at 17:14, Steve J. [email protected] wrote:

threadpool=false reflection=false
My JRUBY_HOME is /Users/stevej/local/src/jruby
by James T…" [1]


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Bug filed. I’ll use a binary version.

thanks,
steve

On Sat, Apr 18, 2009 at 4:17 PM, Charles Oliver N.
[email protected] wrote:

method `bin_path’ for Gem:Module (NoMethodError)
My version of rubygems is 1.3.2
Best,


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