When you installed it, did you let it set you Paths? (I think its the
last question before the install finishes) 

The IDE comes with it's own version of ruby and set of libraries. If
you didn't let it set the paths then what might be happening is that on
startup the IDE is picking up a different ruby install that is missing
certain libraries.

Rob

>>> unet01 / radio-eriwan.de 05/13/04 12:43pm >>>
gabriele renzi schrieb:




> send a pr about it. It is stable on my winxp box

Win98/SE Just after the Start:

Cannot find import; DLL may be missing, corrupt, or wrong version
File "efox_microsoft.dll", error 31

That's it!


Eric.