On Feb 11, 1:59 pm, "Chris Carter" <cdcar... / gmail.com> wrote:
> On 2/11/07, Rae <Rae... / yahoo.com> wrote:
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> > I did a search on the internet to try to find a way to get rid of
> > message:
> > C:0:Warning: require_gem is obsolete. Use gem instead.
>
> > I found in an old archive, the following suggestion:
> > "You can fix it in environment.rb.  Find the 'require_gem' lines and
> > replace them with 'gem' "
>
> > When I do a search on  my computer for this environment.rb file, I
> > find several of them in various folders, but many do not show up as to
> > their location. If I right click on them from the search window, (This
> > is all in Windows XP), it has an open option, but no open with option.
> > So I don't know how to get to that environment.rb file. I can change
> > all othe others but not sure if that will change these Ruby files.
>
> > Rae
>
> Hi Rae,
> The environment.rb suggestion is only if you use Ruby on Rails.  The
> warning is given by libraries you might use that are out of date, and
> use the recently deprecated require_gem, you need to wwait for the
> maintainer to update the package
>
> --
> Chris Carter
> concentrationstudios.com
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Thanks for the reply.
I use InstantRails.exe .
 I'm not sure what you mean by
"wait[ing] for the maintainer to update the package."

But if its not going to affect my ability to play with the program or
run tutorials and such, I won't worry about it.
Rae