RAWR Incorrect parameter when using "RAWR install"

Hi List,

Appreciate any help you can offer on this as I am bouncing off the walls
on this one.

Everytime I run rawr install, I get the confused error message:

Your choice (1, 2, or 3): No such file or directory - install

It seems that the rawr is not allowing me to enter the entry 1 or 2 or 3
and then is trying to look for a directory called install.

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C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My
Documents\NetBeansProjects\test-ruby1>jruby c:\jruby-1.6.0.RC3\bin\rawr
install
Running in jruby 1.6.0.RC3 (ruby 1.8.7 patchlevel 330) [Windows
XP-x86-java]
Create rawr files using {:wordy=>false,
:class=>“org.rubyforge.rawr.Main”,
:directory=>“src”,
:build_config_file=>“build_configuration.rb”,
:local_jruby_jar=>nil,
:no_config=>“false”,
:show_version=>false,
:no_download=>“false”,
:no_jar=>“false”,
:command=>[“install”]}
write config file
Configuration file ‘build_configuration.rb’ exists, skipping
Java class ‘C:/Documents and Settings/Administrator/My
Documents/NetBeansProjects/test-ruby1/src/org/rubyforge/rawr/Main.java’
exists, skipping
Rawr has found an exisiting Rakefile.
Please select one of these options:
1: Keep the current Rakefile, and add the rawr content to the
top.
2: Replace the current Rakefile with a new Rakefile. You will
lose ever
ything in the current Rakefile!
3: Quit, leave the current Rakefile alone, and add nothing new.

Your choice (1, 2, or 3): No such file or directory - install

C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My
Documents\NetBeansProjects\test-ruby1>
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I also can’t run any of the other options such as --verbose, etc.

The versions are:

RAWR: 1.4.5

JRUBY:

jruby 1.6.0.RC3 (ruby 1.8.7 patchlevel 330) (2011-03-08 bb55fc0) (Java
HotSpot™ Client VM 1.6.0_23) [Windows XP-x86-java]

Any assistance much appreciated.

Regards,

J

Jason Sol wrote:

and then is trying to look for a directory called install.
Try the current version, 1.6.0, from github (overall the best place to
get rawr)

James B.

Neurogami - Smart application development

http://www.neurogami.com

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James B. wrote in post #988448:

Try the current version, 1.6.0, from github (overall the best place to
get rawr)

Hi James, thanks for replying.

No joy with 1.6… I am starting to think it is my ruby installation
more than anything but will try it on a different PC to see if that
makes any difference.

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