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no one has a good (or bad) answer to this?  :-/ crap!
hex

On Wed, Apr 13, 2011 at 1:42 AM, serialhex <serialhex / gmail.com> wrote:

> ok, so i'm working on a project that requires me to use swig to write some
> ruby bindings.  unfortunately, when i try and run swig & i give it the
> directory of ruby.h it gives me a "ruby/config.h not found" error.  i'm
> using rvm so i can manage the different versions i'm going to be testing
> against, but that shouldnt matter as when i compiled from source it have me
> the same error.  i _can_ find config.h, it's in "i686-linux/ruby" not
> "ruby"
> (relative to ruby.h).  whats the deal with this?  i mean i can _easily_
> symlink or copy config.h to the proper place, but i shouldnt have to do
> this.  and before anyone asks i did configure with --enable-shared.  is
> this
> a bug i need to talk to the head-honchos about??  i would like this
> resolved
> so i dont have to worry about this when i install other versions of ruby
>  (or asking people to do this for their version of ruby).  i mean, it kind
> of looks bad if i ask someone to symlink something for me (and yes i could
> do it for them in my config scripts, but the whole thing should be
> unessisary!)
>
> thanks in advance!
> hex
>

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