I have a script. When I run it via “ruby myscript.rb”, it works great.
When I run it via “./myscript.rb”, it complains:
: No such file or directory.
The top of the file starts with “#!/usr/bin/env ruby”, which works for
other scripts in the same directory. I know it’s spelled right. And the
file is set executable.
The colon (":") at the start of the error message makes me think it’s
looking for a file with no name when it should be looking for my script.
Again, the script works great when run as a param to the “ruby…”