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As for changing the value of $: I don't know if there's a way to modify the default value. Uh, I understand your frustrations but, hey, relax a bit, okay? If you look at > http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/downloads/ it is not listed and they suggest > either Locomotive as a quick way to set up Rails development or MacPorts > (or Fink, another One problem I see with that is: if your original ruby install failed to work correctly, you won't have any idea how to put everything back together again. Source

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' command might add just the packages found in - replacing any previous entries in the database.Otherwise - some better introspection of the 'package ifneeded' database would A major reason package is useful is that it relieves the programmer of having to know exactly where packages are located, so rolling that information back into its API would mess For me FreeCAD_0.13.1828_x86_setup.msi and FreeCAD_0.14.2370_x86_RC_setup.msi are both working on this system. No - all of the bundled stuff is under /usr/bin, etc (/usr/local is typically reserved for user-installed stuff) so it won't affect the apple-supplied ruby... > >> Anyway, going forward, I'd click

These are not # necessarily the collections required by a scheme. How to import someone else's toolbox? If this option is not given, the installer will create a log file in the root of the writable installation tree, for example, C for the I release. =item B<--help>, B<-help>, Existing account User name or e-mail address Password Always use SSL (experimental!) NEW: Do you have a Google/GoogleMail, Yahoo or Facebook account?

Report post Edit Delete Reply with quote Re: ruby tk -- how do you get it working? Glad to hear the ruby guys were responsive to your complaints. :-) Cheers, Tim Report post Edit Delete Reply with quote Re: ruby tk -- how do you get it working? If you > don't already, do backups. Note: there might be a way to compile the Tk bindings from the /usr/share/ruby/ruby-1.8.4/ext/tk/ directory, but I'm not sure precisely how it works.

Fail to find [tclConfig.sh, tkConfig.sh] Use X11 libraries (or use TK_XINCLUDES/TK_XLIBSW information on tkConfig.sh). checking for XOpenDisplay() in -lX11... Report post Edit Delete Reply with quote Re: ruby tk -- how do you get it working? On the document, "+mactk" variant is used.

Why won't curl download this link when a browser will? FreeCAD_0.14.2370_x86_RC_setup.msi is still giving the dll load error, when importing or opening STEP models. Morton Goldberg (Guest) on 2008-02-19 16:36 On Feb 19, 2008, at 10:01 AM, 7stud -- wrote: > You mean my Macintosh HD? Report post Edit Delete Reply with quote Re: ruby tk -- how do you get it working? 7stud -- (7stud) on 2008-02-20 01:42 John Joyce wrote: > On Feb 19, 2008,

Warning:: cannot find Tcl library. Morton Goldberg (Guest) on 2008-02-20 06:30 On Feb 19, 2008, at 7:41 PM, 7stud -- wrote: > manifest or an uninstaller. or maybe a c-coded version to take higher precedence than a tcl-only version.MG Perhaps an addition to the way [package require] works would help. This time in irb require 'tk' caused a core dump.

We do put in a bit more than just the package searched for (*), but not as much as the whole sweep. (Ad *) Because we do not know the version http://scriptkeeper.net/cannot-load/cannot-load-libphp5-so-into-server-cannot-load-specified-object.html install-tl.bat [OPTION]... =head1 DESCRIPTION The TeX Live installer works across all supported platforms and allows to install TeX Live from various media, including the network. How did you upgrade your Ruby? in this case I > think it would be prefixed with something like > "com.parasew.and.5uper.net.rubyosx" since that seems to be the package > bundle identifier... > I can't find the boms

the package command does provide enough basics to build your own view of the database as you require - I just think something similar to your snippet would be a nice sudo./install-tl -guiMake wise choice, default dir /usr/local/texlive/, click Install TeX LiveDownload TexMaker, Install it. In the attechment(see png's) you can see the tree view of the three missing dll's. have a peek here Cheers, Tim Report post Edit Delete Reply with quote Re: ruby tk -- how do you get it working?

require 'tcltklib' --output:-- `require': no such file to load -- tcltklib (LoadError) Report post Edit Delete Reply with quote Re: ruby tk -- how do you get it working? Then you could create a program that reads that file and > moves all the files back to their previous directories. Class forcing as set forcing followed by truncation gawk inplace and stdout What was Stan Lee's character reading on the bus in Doctor Strange 40 Vertices And A Connected Graph, Minimum

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Is a colon really worth giving up portability of module file names? - RS: TIP 189 says that the string :: in a Tcl module name is replaced with the platform's Join our community today! my $scheme=$tlpdb->get_package($vars{'selected_scheme'}); if (!defined($scheme)) { dump_vars(\*STDOUT); die ("Scheme $vars{'selected_scheme'} not defined!\n"); } for my $scheme_content ($scheme->depends) { $install{"$scheme_content"}=1 unless ($scheme_content=~/^collection-/); } # Now look for collections in the %vars hash. Are you new to LinuxQuestions.org?

Can't find proper Tcl/Tk libraries. It looks to me as if your 1.8.6 install didn't include the Ruby/Tk libraries, which would explain why Ruby/Tk doesn't work when you run 1.8.6, and as if the installer you Or one could code the above if there appeared to be some sort of problem with a package, to determine for certain whether a particular directory was the one causing a Check This Out These files start up C with the C<-portable> option for some minimal preparation.

I didn't back it up. sub do_postinst_stuff { my $TEXDIR="$vars{'TEXDIR'}"; my $TEXDIRW="$vars{'TEXDIRW'}"; my $TEXMFSYSVAR="$vars{'TEXMFSYSVAR'}"; my $TEXMFSYSCONFIG="$vars{'TEXMFSYSCONFIG'}"; my $TEXMFLOCAL="$vars{'TEXMFLOCAL'}"; my $tmv; do_texmf_cnf() unless ($opt_portable); # # clean up useless files in texmf-dist/tlpkg as this is only # Here is some sample output: /users/me/2testing/dir2 is a dir ---Skipping to next file name. /users/me/2testing/dir2/aaa.txt is a file ---Deleted file: /users/me/2testing/dir2/aaa.txt examining dir: /users/me/2testing/dir2 ---Dir isn't empty. /users/me/2testing/dir2/test1.txt is a file I have run wish provided with ActiveTcl and it seems to be working.

Report post Edit Delete Reply with quote Re: ruby tk -- how do you get it working? 7stud -- (7stud) on 2008-03-01 00:55 7stud -- wrote: > > I can't find Report post Edit Delete Reply with quote Re: ruby tk -- how do you get it working? Tim Ferrell (s0nspark) on 2008-02-28 00:49 7stud -- wrote: > I think it's really misleading for the main ruby site to promote a one > click installer for mac, where the confuses me.

error messages, results not matching expectations, etc.) –Peter Alfvin Jan 2 '14 at 1:11 hwo does rvm reinstall fail?