Using the simplest possible example script,
print "Hello World\n"
from the command line I get no errors. I
suspect that it is one of the libraries that
TextMate is including when this line is
Unfortunately, I don't know what this is doing
since I'm not that familiar with Ruby or
On 9/19/06, Allan Odgaard <throw-away-1(a)macromates.com> wrote:
On 19/9/2006, at 20:34, Tim Lahey wrote:
I've installed ruby 1.8.1 using fink on
when I try the command insert environment based
upon current word (using equation as an example)
I get the error,
dyld: ruby Undefined symbols: [...]
It would seem that Ruby got built to rely on some shared library
which you do not have or similar.
Try run ruby from the shell and see if you do not get a similar error.
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