Sntax error after generating project

I generated the project with the command rails new reservation_maker -d
mysql and after it was finished generating I got 4 errors. All were
syntax
error, unexpected ‘:’ .The first was in the gemfile on the line gem
‘sdoc’,
require: false. The second in application_controller.rb on the line
protect_from_forgery
with: :exception. The third was in session_store.rb on the line
ReservationMaker::Application.config.session_store
:cookie_store, key: ‘_reservation_maker_session’. The last in
wrap_parameters.rb on the line wrap_parameters format: [:json] if
respond_to?(:wrap_parameters). I looked back at a previous rails project
and it has the same setup and lines of code as this one but none of the
errors. I replaced the : with => and it cleared the errors but when I
try
to run the server it tells me that there is an error in the gem file.
Also
I’m using ruby 2.0.0p353 (2013-11-22 revision 43784) [x86_64-linux] and
rails 4.0.2. So, how can I fix this?

I figured out how to resolve the problem. I had to go back to the old
hash
notation. But this shouldn’t a problem since I’m using the most recent
versions of ruby and rails, right?

On Thursday, January 9, 2014 5:04:17 PM UTC, thad wrote:

I figured out how to resolve the problem. I had to go back to the old hash
notation. But this shouldn’t a problem since I’m using the most recent
versions of ruby and rails, right?

My guess would be that you actually have 2 versions of ruby installed and
aren’t using the one you think you are.

Fred

So maybe you should be using RVM:
https://rvm.io/

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