On Apr 18, 2006, at 13:55, Phil H. wrote:
Wes G. [email protected] writes:
Which directory is the correct one to do it in?
On my system (Ubuntu) it’s /usr/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/
I don’t know that it would be consistent across platforms.
Doesn’t that depend on the question? If Wes wants documentation for
Gems that he has installed, on my system, they’re in (installation
However, RubyGems couldn’t install itself as a Gem, so it’s in
On Mac OSX, (installation root) has defaulted to /usr/local, although I
installed Ruby 1.8.4 in /Library/Ruby instead.
To make ri documentation for RubyGems itself, you’d go to the latter
directory, then run rdoc. You’ll have to figure out if you want to use
-r or -R. I got tired of playing guessing games with ri, so I generate
all my RDoc files as HTML now.