Win32util packages on ruby1.9


#1

just installed ruby 1.9.1 on windows. and then installed win32util’s
net-ping and popen3.

but when i ran my script i get a popup that it is looking for
msvcrt-ruby18.dll. Of course, it’s not there anymore since ruby 1.9 has
msvcrt-ruby191.dll. copying the 191.dll to 181.dll result to a weirder
error…

so my initial question is: does win32util packages support ruby1.9 ?
(this dll thingy is really hell:))
if yes, how do i resolve the error above?

kind regards -botp


#2

Hi,

2009/3/14 Peña, Botp removed_email_address@domain.invalid:

just installed ruby 1.9.1 on windows. and then  installed win32util’s net-ping and popen3.

but when i ran my script i get a popup that it is looking for msvcrt-ruby18.dll.  Of course, it’s not there anymore since ruby 1.9 has msvcrt-ruby191.dll.  copying the 191.dll to 181.dll result to a  weirder error…

so my initial question is: does win32util packages support ruby1.9 ? Â (this dll thingy is really hell:))
if yes, how do i resolve the error above?

Two gems win32-open3 and win32-api are looking for msvcrt-xxx.dll.
As I know, the other gems are pure ruby.
Currently win32utils binary gems don’t support ruby1.9 officially. For
the moment, unofficial binary gems are available at
http://121.78.227.9/ruby-1.9.1p0-win32utils-gem/

Regards,

Park H.


#3

From: Heesob P. [mailto:removed_email_address@domain.invalid]

Two gems win32-open3 and win32-api are looking for

msvcrt-xxx.dll. As I know, the other gems are pure ruby.

not bad

Currently win32utils binary gems don’t support

ruby1.9 officially. For the moment, unofficial binary

gems are available at

http://121.78.227.9/ruby-1.9.1p0-win32utils-gem/

works like a charm.
thank you, park.

(apologies if this gets duplicated. client mail problem here)

kind regards -botp