On 20/9/2006, at 1:49, Tim Lahey wrote:
Using the simplest possible example script,
print "Hello World\n"
There is a chance this will load your default ruby.
Please try (from terminal):
/sw/bin/ruby -e 'p :hello'
This loads a ruby extension bundled with TM. It is not unlikely that
this one is the one relying on the symbols, you can test that by
adding the following to the line above:
If it is the plist extension, then that should give the same errors
(where the previous line would have worked).