[PD] Re: Gridflow install issue...
vze26m98 at optonline.net
Sat Mar 26 14:57:24 CET 2005
Mathieu Bouchard wrote on 3/26/05:
>I have a question for you: how should be handled the situation that an
>executable ruby source file starts with the line "#!/usr/bin/env ruby"
Thanks for the information Mathieu!
As for the above, I'd give a not-very-experienced-with-Linux answer.
I encountered this problem right off and the error appeared on the
console. It was pretty obvious that configure wasn't finding ruby,
which I had just installed, so the question became why.
Doing a find on ruby quickly revealed where it was and that it was
called ruby1.8, so the likely fix was to change the line to:
#! /usr/bin/env ruby1.8
...and that worked.
So, in short, I'd leave it alone. I'd assume most people that are
capable of compiling a source package should be able to deal with this
issue. Otherwise I guess you have to write a little shell script that
would go out and find ruby and paste the correct name in the file...
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