I should have mentioned that I was on Mac Os 10.4

Thanks for your help




Jano Svitok wrote:
> On 8/13/07, Clem Rock <clemrock / gmail.com> wrote:
>> Clem
> It depends partially on your platform. On windows just run the new
> installer (but see next paragraph). On debian/ubuntu I guess it's just
> "sudo apt-get install ruby" (and all other packages).
> 
> If you're on windows I advise you to backup your c:\ruby directory --
> you'll be able to go back to 1.8.2 in case of trouble. (Renaming to
> something else is enough.)
> 
> You'll have to reinstall all gems (well, more exactly, only the
> compiled ones) you have installed (and still need). On windows, you'll
> find your gems in C:\ruby\lib\ruby\gems\1.8\cache. For the record, use
> "gem list" to list installed gems. The same applies for all binary
> extensions.
> 
> There are some language changes that might affect you, but I don't
> remember them.
> 
> J.

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