[Rubygems-developers] Re: [BUG?] 'No metadata found' using gems
assaph at gmail.com
Tue Jan 4 18:47:44 EST 2005
Just found the --debug options:
c:\Tools\Ruby\gems>gem i --debug actionmailer-0.5.0.gem
Attempting local installation of 'actionmailer-0.5.0.gem'
Exception `RuntimeError' at
c:/bin/ruby/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/rubygems/package.rb:498 - No
ERROR: Error installing gem actionmailer-0.5.0.gem[.gem]: No metadata found!
On Wed, 5 Jan 2005 09:45:30 +1100, Assaph Mehr <assaph at gmail.com> wrote:
> Due to unfortunate setup at work (authenticating proxy), I have to
> manually download .gem files and install locally. Using RubyGems
> 0.8.4, I am no longer able to do that for new gems:
> c:\Tools\Ruby\gems>gem i rubyslippers-0.93.gem
> Attempting local installation of 'rubyslippers-0.93.gem'
> ERROR: Error installing gem rubyslippers-0.93.gem[.gem]: No metadata found!
> c:\Tools\Ruby\gems>gem env
> Rubygems Environment:
> - VERSION: 0.8.4 (0.8.4)
> - INSTALLATION DIRECTORY: c:/bin/ruby/lib/ruby/gems/1.8
> - GEM PATH:
> - c:/bin/ruby/lib/ruby/gems/1.8
> - REMOTE SOURCES:
> - http://gems.rubyforge.org
> Funny thing is that if I try to install an already installed gem
> (repeat install of exact version) it installs OK. Tried going back to
> 0.8.3: some gems installed OK, some still game the 'no metadata found'
> As an aside, what happened to the --backtrace option? I wanted to
> include it in the report.
> Also, I didn't see any difference between the output of gem list
> --details and --no-details.
> ps. Anybody know (regardless of gems) if net/http can handle
> authenticating proxies? I am unable to get it to work (keep getting
> 407 HTTPProxyAuthenticationRequired errors).
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