Everything works like a charm locally, but running in production (Dreamhost shared with Passenger if it matters), "These gems that this application depends on are missing \n -rmagick" Rmagick is installed on dreamhost, but I have also copied the gem into the vendor directory, so it's not even found within it's local files. I'm using config.gem 'rmagick', which works locally, but I can't imagine how this could be a dreamhost issue since the gem sits inside vendor. On the other hand I can't imagine how this could be a production specific problem either, so as you can see I am lost :)
on 2008-10-11 00:31
on 2008-10-11 01:09
> the other hand I can't imagine how this could be a production specific > problem either, so as you can see I am lost :) Rmagick has native extensions right? Maybe you need... rake gems:build # Build any native extensions for unpacked gems ? -philip
on 2008-10-11 02:23
> Rmagick has native extensions right? Maybe you need... > > rake gems:build # Build any native extensions for > unpacked gems > > ? > > -philip I didn't even consider that. I know there are separate windows and linux versions and I did vendorize the right one. When I run "rake gems:build", it exits without a whisper. No errors but maybe not much else either. It didn't help though. When I try gem install rmagick --install-dir=/home/<user>/gems it throws "Failed to build gem native extension". Below that there's also "Can't find Magick-config in /usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/bin/X11:/usr/games" I have absolutely no idea what it's trying to do and why in that directory Messy, but I don't think even this is the source of my problem. Presumably dreamhost's own rmagick install is functioning correctly, but when I clear it from vendor it still doesn't manage to find the native install.
on 2008-10-11 02:41
Wow, just got it going. replaced config.gem 'rmagick' with require 'rubygems' gem 'rmagick' require 'rmagick' Old fashioned did the trick. Don't know why, don't care, I need to get some rest. Thanks.