You should be a little bit more precise. Like this, I can not give any
clue. I use ruby on XP and Ubuntu. Even if there is no rakefile the
rake does not produce vanishing of the command console just the error
message that no rakefile find.

If I can I will gladly help you.

Dejan

On Feb 3, 5:14 pm, Peter Szinek <p... / rubyrailways.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I am going to release my first Ruby package in a few hours and I wanted
> to check if the unit tests run under Win32 (I am using linux exclusively
> for the 5th or so year now, so I even had to google how to add
> c:\ruby\bin to the path :-) - i.e. I can be considered a total newbie on
> win32)
>
> I have installed the latest one-click windows installer. Everything
> looks fine, except that rake crashes the whole console (i.e. I open a
> console by running cmd, type rake there, and regardless if there is a
> Rakefile or not, rake outputs some message which I can not read because
> the console is closed).
>
> What I am doing wrong?
>
> TIA,
> Peter
>
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