[Rubygems-developers] gem list correct?
gsinclair at soyabean.com.au
Mon Sep 13 18:36:05 EDT 2004
The reason you had to approve it was the size, actually. And it wasn't
using a stale cache: I removed it before each run to force a download.
> I think the problem is with 0.8.0 it TRYS to update the Cache, but that
> may fail. If it does, it uses a cached version of the Cache. Perhaps
> you are not actually downloading it...just using the cached Cache. Does
> that make sense?
> BTW: You sent the email from an account not registered with rubygems
> mailing list. I approved the message, but was offline when you first
> sent it. I will be on a flight for the next six hours...will check when
> I land on the status.
> - rich
> On 9/13/04 10:26 AM, "Gavin Sinclair" <gsinclair at soyabean.com.au> wrote:
>> On Monday, September 13, 2004, 7:06:43 PM, Gavin wrote:
>>> Below is the output from 'gem list -r' on my work computer right now.
>>> It seems a bit small. Is it correct? Where's 'activerecord', for
>>> Just checking before the release and all...
>> Grrrr.... I spent a few hours tracking down the problem and emailed a
>> detailed report, but it appears not to have made the list.
>> I can't reproduce this problem at home, but it's ultra-reproducible at
>> work. Probably a Ruby-version thing (work 2004-07-31; home
>> Anyway, it's a YAML-related issue. A line in remote_installer.rb
>> says, from memory
>> spec = YAML.load(yaml_spec)
>> Well, guess what? yaml_spec is about 600,000 bytes, but on my work
>> computer, spec.to_yaml is a tenth the size, and missing lots of
>> packages. I can't explain it, but if noone else has the problem, I
>> guess it's not a big deal.
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