On Sat, Oct 22, 2011 at 12:40 AM, Junayeed Ahnaf Nirjhor <
zombiegenerator / aol.com> wrote:

> Hello,
>
>
>
> I am following along Josh Cheek=92s ruby kickstart. But when I=92m trying=
 to
> run a rake task this error is happening:
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> C:\Ruby192\bin\ruby.exe -e
> $stdout.sync=3Dtrue;$stderr.sync=3Dtrue;load($0=3DARGV.shift) C:\Ruby192\=
bin\rake
> 1:1 rake 1:1 --trace
>
>
I don't really understand what this line means, but at the end there, it
looks like you're typing `$ rake 1:1 rake 1:1 --trace` which would tell rak=
e
to run a task named "1:1" and then a task named "rake" and then a task name=
d
"1:1"

The "1:1" is correct, I have written that task. But the "rake" is not
correct, there is no task named rake.

The correct way to enter it would be `$ rake 1:1` where the dollar sign
indicates you are at the command prompt, and type "rake 1:1" just one time,
not two.