Zach Dennis wrote:

> I now have Ruby 1.8.1 preview2, modruby1.2.2 and Arrow 0.1.0. However 
> whenever I restart Apache it says in the log:
>
> mod_ruby:   failed to require arrow
> mod_ruby:   error in ruby
> mod_ruby:   /etc/arrow/lib/arrow/template/parser.rb:22:in 'require': 
> No such file to load -- strscan (LoadError)
>
> etc...etc...etc...
>
> My configuration for Arrow reads:
>
> <IfModule mod_ruby.c>
>   RubyAddPath   /etc/arrow/lib
>    RubyRequire arrow
>    <Location /ruby>
>       SetHandler ruby-object
>       RubyHandler "Arrow::Dispatcher::instance( '/etc/arrow/demo.cfg' )"
>    </Location>
> </IfModule>
>
Ok...I got rid of the errors. I am running a Debian 3.0.2 woody box. So 
far I have had to:

- download ruby source and custom compile. The debian ruby package 
didn't come with strscan.
- download modruby source and custom compile. This got rid of Apache errors

Zach