On 8/17/06, Jaypee <rf.oodanaw / sd.eepyaj> wrote:> Matt Todd a crit :> > So, I just installed RubyCocoa on my OS X machine here at work. Just> > thought I'd relay some keys to getting things to work:> >> > * The easiest way to install RubyCocoa (on 10.4) is to use> > DarwinPorts. The automatic installer does NOT work.> >> > * RubyCocoa requires the Ruby version that comes with OS X, so if> > you've compiled your own version (etc), which will probably end up in> > /usr/local/bin/, make sure you use /usr/bin/ruby or /usr/bin/irb for> > doing your RubyCocoa apps.> >> > * RubyCocoa is fun! :D> >> > If I think of anything else, I'll be sure to share it.> >> > M.T.> >> Would you mind if I insert ma question here? I have had a successful> experience with RubyCocoa so far on my old G4. But now I've upgraded> to a Mac Intel, and I have a problem in reinstalling it from source.> The "sudo ruby install.rb config" command fails with this message:> ...> ruby gen_cocoa_wrapper.rb> cpp-3.3: installation problem, cannot exec `cc1obj': No such file or> directory> /usr/bin/cpp-3.3 returned 1 exit status> ...> I have tried gcc 4.0.1 and 3.3 to the same result. And of course, there> is such a cc1obj file, not just one:> /usr/libexec/gcc/darwin/ppc/3.3/cc1obj> /usr/libexec/gcc/darwin/ppc/3.3-fast/cc1obj> /usr/libexec/gcc/i686-apple-darwin8/4.0.1/cc1obj> /usr/libexec/gcc/powerpc-apple-darwin8/4.0.1/cc1obj> The permissions look good on those files (the x flag is set)> I suspect something like the PATH or some other environment> variable. Has anyone seen the same symptom on Intel?> Thanks,> Jean-Pierre>
Yes, upgrade to xcode 2.3 or later (it's at 2.4 now).

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