I’m finding that when I am installing the latest version of Ruby its not
"You should see something like this:
ruby 1.8.6 (2007-03-13 patchlevel 0) [i686-darwin8.9.1]
Donâ€™t worry about the text in the parenthesis or brackets, those just
provide detail about your system architecture which isnâ€™t important
here. What is important is that you see ruby 1.8.6. This means youâ€™ve
got the new version of Ruby installed and in your path, and youâ€™re good
If you see something like this:
ruby 1.8.2 (2004-12-25)
Then either your install failed, or you didnâ€™t correctly set your path
in the beginning (maybe you didnâ€™t reload your .bash_login script or
restart Terminal). Go back and check your work."
I seem to be always getting 1.8.2 ?
This can’t be right.
Obviously I must be doing something wrong but I have gone through the
process now 3 times and I’m still getting the same problem.
When I ran the command:
Textmate did open with a blank file and I copied in this line and saved
Can anyone spot any mistakes there? - I even copied and pasted it.
This then left me with a document with JUST this line of text. I clicked
on file and save and ran:
I got no response for the above command - So I am assuming that this is
I doubt very much there are errors in this article, I’d say alot of
people have used it.
Any suggestions? - Common mistakes maybe?