[TxMt] Re: "no such file to load" error on require in Ruby Run command
david at carter.net
Wed Feb 11 17:35:59 UTC 2009
Sorry for not mentioning the TM version. This behavior existed as originally
described before the upgrade to the newest version [Version 1.5.8
(1498)] this morning. After I sent the previous message, I upgraded & now
the problem occurs every time, not just the first time. At least it's more
This script has been in almost daily use for over a year, with no recent
changes. I always run it from within TM since I've been too lazy to add
proper parameter handling to the script. I just launch it in TM, comment in
or out a line or two at the very bottom that controls what gets done, and
The require is at line 56 because the script includes several embedded
classes in the same file. Poor form, I know, but it was one of those, "I'll
get around to it later" things that I've never gotten around to because "it
Here's a snippet beginning at line 55:
Okay - I've found a difference between TM environment & command line:
The TM execution window shows "ruby 1.8.6 (2008-03-03 patchlevel 114)
>From terminal: "ruby 1.8.6 (2007-09-24 patchlevel 111) [i686-darwin9.2.0]"
Suggestions on where to look to resolve the different versions of ruby that
are being picked up?
david at carter.net
On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 12:12 PM, James Gray <james at grayproductions.net>wrote:
> On Feb 11, 2009, at 8:31 AM, David Carter wrote:
> > I'm getting this message only the first time I cmd-R a ruby script.
> We've debated this over IRC a bit to try and think up a way this can
> happen. Good problem. :)
> About the only explanation we can think up is that the require you
> have is part of some conditional expression and thus doesn't always
> execute. Or perhaps you change the environment sometimes, before Ruby
> tries the require. Obviously, we're guessing.
> It does look like your require is a bit down in the logic though (line
> 56 according to the stack trace). Does moving it to the top make the
> script fail more consistently?
> Also, in case our guesswork is bad, what version of TextMate are you
> using? Did you just happen to upgrade to the new version and did this
> problem just surface then?
> James Edward Gray II
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