It will come in handy for the future. To verify: git --version You should get git version 2. Certain tools used in this tutorial might not be compatible with whatever you might have installed. This is probably the reason that the --with-opt-dir on stable contains each path twice. I've left them here for reference but I'm not sure if they still apply. This should not impact your system.
This applies to Snow Leopard, Lion and Mountain Lion. This is probably a bug! However, many developers prefer to keep the global gemset sparse and install Rails into project-specific gemsets, so each project has the appropriate version of Rails. I've tried to cover the most common sources of warnings and errors. I have not tested this setup with Xcode 3. You're now ready to go to.
If your system is ready to brew, you can move on to. It would be great if you could run that command, so we can see if rvm master actually compiled against openssl 1. The first one is to add managers to the rvm group. If you have any missing required packages you will need to install them before continuing by running brew install. Autolibs didn't touch the 1. For example: man chown If a manual is longer than a page long, it will display a : at the end to signify there is more to read.
Make sure to follow the instructions in the error message. Had to get some work done. I tried gem install bundler, but it doesn't matter because rubygems always uses https. You want to copy and paste the output of the following command and. Now that you've got your machine setup, it's time to start building some Rails applications. You should copy and paste the command above as is. To check git version: git version You should get git version 1.
I'm seeing similar problems with ruby 2. In your terminal, run: brew install gpg Wait a bit, and when it returns to the command prompt, the gpg software will be installed. You should change it to the correct path. Troubleshooting Homebrew In many cases, Homebrew will provide helpful instructions for dealing with warnings and errors, and I usually follow those instructions. Replace the example name and email address in the following steps with the ones you used for your Github account.
You should change it to the correct path. This also used to be called the System-Wide Install. There is also a third-party option, the by Kenneth Reitz, that supports both Snow Leopard and Lion. However, it is not updated as often as the official Apple tools, and I personally ran into issues with it on Lion. This can be tested by executing the following command which should output rvm is a function as shown below.
Once Spotlight is up, just start typing the first few letters of the app you are looking for, and once it appears, select it, and press return to launch it. For example, to remove a file called libgd. First, list the current settings with the git config -l --global command. Multi-User: The rvm function will be automatically configured for every user on the system if you install with sudo. Check the installed gem manager version. Requirements installation failed with status: 12.
In my case this was caused by a broken formula openresty-openssl that should have been marked as keg only, see. According to the autolibs page, 4 and enable should be equivalent, so I think it's possibly a bug. Chances are you won't want to use it because it's stored as a simple file on disk. So Passenger is not finding the gemset. If you don't have a GitHub account, click on the Sign Up at GitHub.
Highlighted below: starting with rvm 1. I tried once again, and failed. And, as you say, probably a bug or by-product of something else. Your system should be ready to brew now. Otherwise, go to the section to learn how to fix errors and warnings you might run into.