Hi Michael

> Jonas Delfs wrote:
> > Hi -
> >
> > I've installed eRuby on my Apache on my WinXP machine.
> > It works perfectly, just except from the fact that I can't include
(require)
> > extensions (which really makes it unusable). I have a perfectly correct
> > .rhtml-file only containing 'require "cgi"' (for example) but the script
> > does never get executed; my browser is just loading and loading...
(scripts
> > that do not require any files works as supposed).
> > The output of $LOAD_PATH is the same running eRuby and Ruby normally;
and
> > client-side GUI scripts works just fine (also when require'ing files),
so
> > anyone having any idea on what the problem might be?
> >
> > I wild guess could be that eRuby can't find the requested file, of some
> > reason. - does this sound reasonable?
>
> Could you post the eRuby file that produces the troubles?

As mentioned, my test-file can contain only 'require "cgi"'...

> Have you tried it with a simple "Hello World" version, or is the program
you tried
> more complex, possibly using sessions?

No, my examples are very simple, but, as mentioned, without any require-call
in the file there's no problems parsing and getting the result.

Any clues?

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