[Mongrel] Q on cgi_multipart_eol_fix preqequisite for Mongrel on Win2K
evan at cloudbur.st
Wed Jun 27 17:56:30 EDT 2007
cgi_multipart_eof_fix is here: http://rubyforge.org/frs/?group_id=2835
if you need to download it manually.
I've been maintaining it rather than the Mongrel team since after version 1.0.
On 6/27/07, Luis Lavena <luislavena at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 6/27/07, Vasudev Ram <vasudevram at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi list,
> > I downloaded and tried to install Mongrel (latest stable version) from the
> > -win32 gem. Platform is Win2K.
> > It said it needed daemons so got and installed that.
> Wait a second:
> if It asked about daemons, is not win32 gem... is the ruby version.
> > Then it said it needed
> > cgi_multipart_eol_fix (I think that was the name, not at my machine now, can
> > confirm later and repost if needed). Googled for that but couldn't find it.
> cgi_multipart_eol_fix is available via rubygems too, are you doing a
> manual install?
> If so, then I will suggest use --ignore-dependencies in 'gem install':
> gem install "gem-name.gem" --ignore-dependencies
> > (Don't have net connectivitity for a while - problems with brain-dead ISPs
> > where I live - so can't do remote gem installs with --include-dependencies-
> > have to download the gem and its prerequisites manually and install them).
> > Any ideas?
> Sorry, wrote the text before read the whole mail :-P
> cgi_multipart_eol_fix-0.2.1.gem (guess thats the version).
> mongrel_service-0.3.2-win32.gem (if you plan run mongrel as service).
> win32-service-0.5.2-win32.gem (if you need mongrel_service).
> Guess thats everything.
> Luis Lavena
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