RE: moving from linux to windows woes


#1

My guess is that the shebang line in your dispatch.rb / dispatch.cgi /
dispatch.fcgi are all still pointing to your linux ruby location
/usr/bin/ruby or something like that.

Change them to c:/ruby/bin/ruby.exe and see if it works.

(This really ticks me off that we have to do this and I wish the rails
folks would come up with a workaround.)

-bph


#2

On 11/15/05, Hogan, Brian P. removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

My guess is that the shebang line in your dispatch.rb / dispatch.cgi /
dispatch.fcgi are all still pointing to your linux ruby location
/usr/bin/ruby or something like that.

Change them to c:/ruby/bin/ruby.exe and see if it works.

(This really ticks me off that we have to do this and I wish the rails
folks would come up with a workaround.)

-bph

here’s a workaround:

ruby script/server


rick
http://techno-weenie.net


#3

Rick O. wrote:

folks would come up with a workaround.)

-bph

here’s a workaround:

ruby script/server

A workaround for…? This is the standard command for starting Webrick
with your webapp. ruby script/server and ruby script\server both give me
the same result.

I have overwritten the dispatch files so they include the proper shebang
line…

Jeroen


#4

A workaround for…? This is the standard command for starting Webrick
with your webapp. ruby script/server and ruby script\server both give me
the same result.

I have overwritten the dispatch files so they include the proper shebang
line…

I was actually referring to the email I quoted that mentioned the
shebang lines…

Seems like you’re experiencing a hard crash somewhere if it’s just
dumping you back to the console with no output. Does a standard rails
app start correctly? Does script/console work? Have you checked your
error logs?


rick
http://techno-weenie.net