Hi all, I wrote this some days ago to the fxruby maillist throug ruby-forum, but I didn't get response yet. IHi. I'm learning Ruby, and I'm having a little problem. Some days ago, I searched a GUI Builder to construct GUIs to my first scripts, and founded foxGUIb. In my Office (on a Windows XP 64bits box), I installed libGUIb without troubles, and foxGUIb, was launched ok. At home (Macbook), libGUIB, seems to be installed, but foxGUIb, gives me this output when try to launch. galilea:foxGUIb glpunzi$ ruby foxGUIb.rb no such file to load -- libGUIb16 Possible causes of this error are: * libGUIb is not installed * fxruby is not installed * fxruby gem could not be loaded because you did not start ruby with - rubygems option * other unexpected error. please check the following backtrace to find the cause of the error. /Library/Ruby/Site/1.8/rubygems/custom_require.rb:27:in `gem_original_require' /Library/Ruby/Site/1.8/rubygems/custom_require.rb:27:in `require' foxGUIb.rb:11 I tried to install again libGUIb, but all seems ok. galilea:libGUIb glpunzi$ sudo ruby install.rb Password: parsearg_config install.rb: entering config phase... ---> lib <--- lib install.rb: config done. parsearg_setup install.rb: entering setup phase... ---> lib <--- lib install.rb: setup done. parsearg_install parsearg_install!!! ARGV: install.rb: entering install phase... ---> lib mkdir -p / install libGUIb14.rb / install libGUIb16.rb / <--- lib install.rb: install done. I tried to start fxri to see if was a problem with Fox, but started fine. galilea:foxGUIb glpunzi$ gem list fxruby *** LOCAL GEMS *** fxruby (1.6.16) A friend, told me he as the same problem, but he wrote require "rubygems" at the first lines in the script and worked, but this don't works for me Some idea? Thanks in advance.
on 2008-11-04 20:15
on 2008-11-12 13:30
hi, what do you get on irb when you do: require "fox16" ? -- henon On Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 8:13 PM, Giuseppe Luigi Punzi Ruiz <
on 2008-11-12 14:28
Hi Meinrad. galilea:~ glpunzi$ irb >> require "fox16" => true El 12/11/2008, a las 13:26, Meinrad Recheis escribió: > hi,