On Fri, 13 Aug 2004 09:13:36 +0900, "Pe, Botp" <botp / delmonte-phil.com> wrote:
> Alexander Kellett [mailto:ruby-lists / lypanov.net] wrote:
> > in the very near future i'll be releasing ruvi 0.4.11.
> > its a fairly complete vi(m) reimplementation in ruby
> > thats getting to be fairly mature.
> >
> 
> tried rpa-ing...
> 
> C:\temp>rpa query ruvi
> Matching available ports:
> ruvi  0.4.10-2  vim clone.
> 
> C:\temp>rpa install ruvi
> Installing ports
> Getting port ruvi from
> http://rpa-base.rubyforge.org/ports/ruvi_0.4.10-2.rps.
> 100% [========================================] 55296 bytes
> Building ruvi (0.4.10-2).
> make: *** No rule to make target `distclean'.  Stop.
> Fixed shebang in rpa/tmp/bin/ruvi.
> Calculating MD5 digests.
> Building package in ruvi_0.4.10-2_i386-pc-mswin32.rpa.
>   Installing ruvi
> Reusing cached package
> c:/ruby/lib/ruby/rpa0.0/packages/ruvi_0.4.10-2_i386-pc-mswin32.rpa.
> Starting lightweight (metadata only) transaction for ruvi
> Checking for file conflicts in ruvi.
> Starting transaction for ruvi
> Package c:/ruby/lib/ruby/rpa0.0/packages/ruvi_0.4.10-2_i386-pc-mswin32.rpa
> unpacked.
> Finished transaction for ruvi
> Starting lightweight (metadata only) transaction for ruvi
> Finished lightweight (metadata only) transaction for ruvi
> Finished lightweight (metadata only) transaction for ruvi
> Committed changes
> 
> C:\temp>ruvi
> c:/ruby/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/curses-ui.rb:1:in `require': No such file to
> load -- curses (LoadError)
>         from c:/ruby/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/curses-ui.rb:1
>         from c:/ruby/bin/ruvi:5:in `require'
>         from c:/ruby/bin/ruvi:5
> 
> Shouldn't rpa take care of the dependencies? in this case curses-ui..
> 

I don't believe curses works on the Windows install of Ruby.  It's
part of Ruby's standard library.  So, it's not listed as a dependency
for ruvi, I would guess (it's not in the Ruvi RubyGem, at least).

Ruvi sure is looking great these days!  Alex, I may have missed this
elsewhere, but are you planning to do any multi-user editing stuff? 
It would be great to have a lightweight pure-ruby editor like this
with pair programming support.  We could hook it up with Rendezvous
*very* easily too :)

Chad