[TxMt] Re: (NoMethodError) with TODO Bundle
james at grayproductions.net
Tue Jan 27 17:00:44 UTC 2009
On Jan 27, 2009, at 10:51 AM, Allan Odgaard wrote:
> On 15 Jan 2009, at 05:17, Tony Pelaez wrote:
>>>> The bundle gets errors when trying to find
>>> It may be that you have a partial and/or outdated svn checkout.
>>> I suggest you do http://wiki.macromates.com/Troubleshooting/RevertToDefaultBundles
>> Thanks Allan. I tried what you suggested, but I'm still getting the
>> same error after I reverted to the default bundles.
>> I've been using Macports to run ruby 1.8.7 on my mac, when I took
>> macports out of my PATH and tried it again it worked! So it seems to
>> be an issue with the Macports version of ruby. Any ideas of how I
>> could fix this?
> It sounds like either the MacPorts ruby 1.8.7 is broken, or
> alternatively, that we rely on behavior that has changed with newer
> version of ruby, based on the error you got I am inclined to think the
Ruby 1.8.7 is a problematic release not well liked in the community.
It could easily be the source of problems.
It was meant to be a transition release for Ruby 1.9 and it backports
many of the new features from the pending release. Unfortunately,
that means a tiny version point release gave us a dramatically
different interpreter. It also means we now have three versions to
worry about in this transition: the Ruby 1.8 branch that's 1.8.6 and
earlier, the Ruby 1.9 branch, and the strange hybrid Ruby 1.8.7.
For these reasons, I lot of the community is just avoiding 1.8.7 and
trying to pretend like it never happened.
James Edward Gray II
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