ok, i just arrived to change the error message and understand that there
is something not works good somewhere:
i create a new method “local” in class Nil:Class and saw that 6
arguments has to be caught…
they are year, month, day, etc…
when i try to return a DateTime.civil(“all args”) i have an other
unexpected error (LocalJumpError).
i search about this, but nothing.
I search also how to view where come from and hat to give back, but no
way for this.
I try also to look inside the code… and then, a wxruby2.bundle file
exist where i not arrived to unpack. After download the source code (so,
i see that the wxruby versus i have is 2.0.0 and not 2.0.1 because of
the obligation with gem and my osx-10.6.8 i386 arch and ruby-1.9.3… so
no correct gem with “last old versus”)… i look into the source and see
some swig C++ codes.
Inside one of them (named “datetime.i”) i think that i find something
calling “local” method indirectly… on line 40. I not really understand
what’s happen… i just see that in this file, it try to make a
convertion around DteTime from ruby and WxDateTime from WxWidget and
make a return.
also, when i run ruby -d mode (with all ruby codes… also just “hello”
codes), i have some error calling about incapacity of defined local OS.
So… maybe also there is a link between this warning error and the
call “local” who seems to return a empty things and after… an error in
Nil:Class for “local” method (i think a method call for try to have the
so… i search for resolve the problem with -debug mode of ruby. I find
lot of people have same problem, but no real answer can be used with my
gems (maybe some bad or missing dependencies).
1 turn over the problem with the other way to return something via a
invented “local” method on Nil:Class (what can i return and how to do
without localjumperror ?)
2 really find where the problem is coming from and resolve definitively
is there someone who can help me ? My little competences are out of run
due to lot of lake of informations.