Happy Holidays, This question happens to be about juggernaut, but the problem is generic. I am waiting to be accepted to the juggernaut google group or I would post there. I am playing with juggernaut and I see that the latest commit by the original author is version 5.7 If I do sudo gem install juggernaut, I get version juggernaut-0.5.7 in usr..ruby..gems. when I install the the branch by ripta, I get ripta-juggernaut-0.5.8 in the gems dir. If I do a clone: git clone git://github.com/ripta/juggernaut_gem.git I get a third version named juggernaut_gem (v=0.5.8) that has a gemspec. (not in the usr..gem dir) As I write this the thought occurs to me that maybe I should install the gem from the third directory.... .............Time passes as I try that.......... but I can't seem to make that work. These fail (plus many more) gem install juggernaut-0.5.8 --source "/home/rubyfreak/rails_projects/ juggernaut/juggernaut_gem" gem install juggernaut-0.5.8 --install-dir "/home/rubyfreak/ rails_projects/juggernaut/juggernaut_gem" How do I handle this? require ripta-juggernaut #doesn't make sense to me. I want to require juggernaut and get v-0.5.8 Thanks in advance
on 2008-12-26 18:19
on 2008-12-27 20:26
Still stuck here any help would be appreciated as to how to handle branched gems with prefixed names. Thanks
on 2008-12-28 01:52
Teedub wrote: > Still stuck here > > any help would be appreciated as to how to handle branched gems with > prefixed names. > > Thanks http://ryandaigle.com/articles/2008/4/1/what-s-new... Does that help?
on 2008-12-28 02:12
Hmm I sure can't hurt. I will give it a try. I didn't realize that I could move gems into vendor/gems with unpack. Seems like it defeats the advantage of gems over plugins... unless they get updated. but I might get to alias the name. I will mess with it this evening Thanks On Dec 27, 4:52 pm, Jeremy Weiskotten <rails-mailing-l...@andreas-