[Instiki] Updated Instiki image for Mac OS X
ryan at ryanwatkins.net
Sat Aug 13 11:35:21 EDT 2005
So if the package is actually a copy of the stock ruby in Tiger, but it only
works in Tiger, then what is the point of including it in the app package?
Just point the script at the default ruby installation.
Or get a build that works on older versions of OS X.
email: ryan at ryanwatkins.net msn: vample at hotmail.com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: instiki-users-bounces at rubyforge.org [mailto:instiki-users-
> bounces at rubyforge.org] On Behalf Of Oleg Kourapov
> Sent: Saturday, August 13, 2005 1:39 AM
> To: John Evans
> Cc: Instiki-users
> Subject: Re: [Instiki] Updated Instiki image for Mac OS X
> Yes, rails is included in every package.
> I would like to note to you and all previous reporters with 10.3.9
> that this build has been created on 10.4.2 and hasn't been tested on
> anything else - thanks for this valuable info!
> I've tried to google for solution but the only link that shows up is
> the original instiki-users message. To my mind, the reason is that
> ruby executable included with Instiki.app has been packaged by Xcode
> simply by copying stock Tiger Ruby which seems to be dynamically
> linked to some OS specific code. Thus it will only help to have latest
> Ruby compiled statically with no dependencies for specific OS X
> version. I have no idea how much more space would it take - I'll have
> to try that first.
> 2005/8/12, John Evans <junk.3eyes at gmail.com>:
> > I am getting this
> > Date/Time: 2005-08-12 00:48:16 +0300
> > OS Version: 10.3.9 (Build 7W98)
> > Report Version: 2
> > Command: ruby
> > Path: /Instiki.app/Contents/Resources/ruby
> > Version: ??? (???)
> > PID: 18363
> > Thread: Unknown
> > Link (dyld) error:
> > dyld: /Instiki.app/Contents/Resources/ruby Undefined symbols:
> > /Instiki.app/Contents/Resources/ruby undefined reference to _lchown
> > expected to be defined in /usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib
> > Which is not so good :D
> > I saw someone mentioned needing ruby on rails, ummm doesnt that come
> > with the .app bundle?
> > keep up the good work
> > john
> > On Aug 1, 2005, at 10:27 PM, Alex Verhovsky wrote:
> > > Oleg Kourapov wrote:
> > >
> > >
> > >> And finally, a note to project maintainers: I can send you an
> > >> updated.project file if you're still interested in OS X support.
> > >>
> > > "Project maintainers" is just yours truly. :)
> > > I am certainly interested in OS X support, seeing how it was a
> > > fairly popular download. I just need somebody committed enough to
> > > do it on a regular basis (on every new release) in the foreseeable
> > > future, and fix the problems that other users report. If you are
> > > willing to be such a person, we'll have the OS X build supported
> > > again in no time!
> > >
> > > Question to other Mac folks: can you please confirm that Oleg's
> > > build works for you. I will appily put it up on the official
> > > distribution then.
> > >
> > > As for getting the project file into SVN, it is quite
> > > straightforward. Just make a Trac ticket and attach the diff patch
> > > there. Then I apply and commit it. Simple as that. See http://
> > > instiki.org/show/HowToContribute for a more detailed description.
> > >
> > > Best regards,
> > > Alexey Verkhovsky
> > >
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