[TxMt] Problem with TextMate's Builder.rb and ActiveSupport on Leopard

Josh Price joshcp at gmail.com
Sun Dec 30 18:54:28 UTC 2007

I'm having the same error message.  However it's triggered when I run a
foccussed unit test in my Rails 2.0.2 project.  (Other projects with
different Rails versions are ok, also Cmd-R to run all tests is fine).

I've reloaded my Ruby Bundle. 
I've checked my Ruby paths are being set correctly (creating
.MacOSX/environment.plist also)
I've renamed Textmate's builder to Builder.rb.off as suggested in a blog

I still get the error...

Any ideas?

Thanks in  advance.  


Markus Prinz wrote:
> On 23.12.2007, at 20:05, Allan Odgaard wrote:
>> On 23 Dec 2007, at 19:57, Markus Prinz wrote:
>>>>> [...]
>>>> Could you try revert your local changes and svn checkout latest  
>>>> Ruby bundle, see if that still gives you a problem?
>>> Would GetBundle's "Update Installed Bundles" update the Ruby bundle  
>>> to the latest version as well?
>> No, see http://blog.macromates.com/2006/updating-a-bundle/ for the  
>> best way to update a default bundle.
> Thanks.
> After reverting my changes and updating the Ruby bundle, I no longer  
> see the error.
> regards, Markus
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