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On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 8:42 AM, Alexandre Stehlin <
alexandre.stehlin / gmail.com> wrote:

> Alexandre Stehlin wrote:
> > "C:\Program Files\ruby\bin\ruby.exe" "C:\Program
> > Files\RR_Outils\FileHandler\FileHandler.rb" -s
>
> Oops, made a mistake in the name of the file : it's FileHandlerService
> that I used...
>
> When I tried "C:\Program Files\ruby\bin\ruby.exe" "C:\Program
> Files\RR_Outils\FileHandler\FileHandler.rb" -r (to run the service), the
> out_file is empty and I get in this in the cmd window :
> C:/Program Files/RR_Outils/FileHandler/FileHandler.rb:408:in 'load xml':
> Not valid XML-file <Runtime Error>
> from C:/Program Files/RR_Outils/FileHandler/FileHandler.rb:326:in 'load
> config'
> from C:/Program Files/RR_Outils/FileHandler/FileHandler.rb:558:in
> 'service_init'
> from C:/Program Files/RR_Outils/FileHandler/FileHandler.rb:604:in
> 'mainloop'
> from C:/Program Files/RR_Outils/FileHandler/FileHandler.rb:604:in
> 'execute'
> from C:/Program Files/RR_Outils/FileHandler/FileHandler.rb:655
> --
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>
>
Sounds like it's looking for some kind of file on line 408.  Maybe the
original author was using an XML file for configuration parameters?  I'd
have a look at line 408 in FileHandler.rb

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