Repo.nitroproject.org vs. facets version?

Hi,

Which version of facets should I be using with the latest nitro
repo code?

I’ve done a darcs get of the latest repo.nitroproject.org, and
I’ve updated to facets-2.2.0 (also tried facets SVN trunk).

I’m getting:

/repo.nitroproject.org/script/lib/…/…/glue/lib/glue/main.rb:17:in
require': no such file to load -- facets/module/is (LoadError) from repo.nitroproject.org/script/lib/../../glue/lib/glue/main.rb:17 from repo.nitroproject.org/script/lib/../../glue/lib/glue.rb:1:inrequire’
from repo.nitroproject.org/script/lib/../../glue/lib/glue.rb:1
from
repo.nitroproject.org/script/lib/../../nitro/lib/nitro/main.rb:16:in
require' from repo.nitroproject.org/script/lib/../../nitro/lib/nitro/main.rb:16 from repo.nitroproject.org/script/lib/../../nitro/lib/nitro.rb:1:inrequire’
from repo.nitroproject.org/script/lib/../../nitro/lib/nitro.rb:1

glue/main.rb is wanting facets/module/is.rb … which no longer
appears to exist in facets?

Thanks,

Bill

On Dec 17, 2:18 pm, “Bill K.” [email protected] wrote:

/repo.nitroproject.org/script/lib/…/…/glue/lib/glue/main.rb:17:in `require’:
appears to exist in facets?
It should be there. I just checked the current zip and gem packages
and methods/facets/module/is.rb is present.

If you are pulling from facets svn you will need to generate the
method redirects by running:

$ task/methods

BUT! To do that with the latest code, you will also need the latest
version of ratch, which I will be releasing later today.

Note you can probably comment that line out of glue/main.rb anyway. As
long a facets.rb is being loaded it won’t matter since facets.rb
includes #is.

T.

From: “Trans” [email protected]

version of ratch, which I will be releasing later today.

Note you can probably comment that line out of glue/main.rb anyway. As
long a facets.rb is being loaded it won’t matter since facets.rb
includes #is.

Thanks. . . . The root problem turned out to be rubygems require
pulling in an old version of glue because I didn’t have blow and
english installed as separate gems… Or something like that…

Regards,

Bill

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