> yes - me!

sorry, my reply was incomplete... in my case, i just compiled 1.9 separately
in a separate directory without using the package manager, and aliased
the 1.9 version using ruby19 and irb19. In case of 1.9, gems get installed
under the 1.9 installation root without disturbing the main ruby installation.
So I guess rake, rdoc etc should work fine if you use either one (1.8 or 1.9)

i don't know if my answer helps much... :)

saji
> 
> saji
> 
> * Martin DeMello <martindemello / gmail.com> [2009-04-20 11:39:05 +0900]:
> 
> > Anyone on arch linux? I'm trying to get ruby 1.8 and 1.9 playing
> > nicely together so that I can easily switch the default "ruby" and
> > have everything else (rake, irb, rdoc etc) adjust itself accordingly,
> > ideally without subverting the package manager too much.
> > 
> > martin
> > 
> > 
> 
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> Saji N. Hameed
> 
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Saji N. Hameed

APEC Climate Center          				
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BUSAN 612-020, KOREA                    		saji / apcc21.net
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