Bret Weinraub wrote:
> I've managed to get some progress (I can actually install a gem) if I 
> specify --ignore-dependencies.


Interesting, I may have to try that.

I did in fact get gems working just by using Apple's pre-install Ruby 
and Gems.

I couldn't do that with 10.5, because the pre-installed Ruby was 1.8.6 
rather than 1.8.7, and I had compatibility problems with some of my 
plugins under 1.8.6.  But so far it's working for Snow Leopard.

It's frustrating, though, that building my own Ruby would cause such a 
problem.  It works just fine on on my desktop (Mac Pro) - it's only on 
the laptop where it's been a problem.


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