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Re: [ruby-81] Setting up Mac for development...

From: farid a.
Sent on: Thursday, January 28, 2010 7:58 PM

You have to install developer tools(XCode) from the install CD. It
includes GCC and make.


On Thu, Jan 28, 2010 at 7:54 PM, Jon Seidel <[address removed]> wrote:
> For some reason, I am having LOTS of trouble setting up my MacBook (Snow
> Leopard;[masked]) to do development.
> I go to install heroku (sudo gem install heroku) and I get:
> =====
> Building native extensions. ?This could take a while...
> ERROR: ?Error installing heroku:
> ERROR: Failed to build gem native extension.
> /opt/local/bin/ruby extconf.rb
> checking for ruby/st.h... no
> checking for st.h... no
> checking for ruby/encoding.h... no
> creating Makefile
> make
> sh: make: command not found
> Gem files will remain installed in
> /opt/local/lib/ruby/­gems/1.8/gems/json-1­.2.0 for inspection.
> Results logged to
> /opt/local/lib/ruby/­gems/1.8/gems/json-1­.2.0/ext/json/ext/ge­nerator/gem_make.out­
> =====
> so that means I don't have make installed...right? (But I've done this
> before...)
> So I go to Mac Ports (port list) and it blows up in my face:
> =====
> dlopen(/Library/Tcl/­macports1.0/MacPorts­.dylib, 10): no suitable image
> found. ?Did find:
> /Library/Tcl/macport­s1.0/MacPorts.dylib:­ no matching architecture in
> universal wrapper
> ?? ?while executing
> "load /Library/Tcl/macport­s1.0/MacPorts.dylib"­
> ?? ?("package ifneeded macports 1.0" script)
> ?? ?invoked from within
> "package require macports"
> ?? ?(file "/opt/local/bin/port­" line 39)
> =====
> I've used Mac Ports before on this machine and it worked OK.
> I recall hearing somewhere that upgrading to Snow Leopard might cause some
> problems for development (?!)
> I could use a few pointers for how to setup my Mac: I've got a Windows
> machine and a Kubuntu machine both setup for development, but I want this
> laptop to work for portability -- I can't believe that the Mac OS seems to
> cause more challenges than other OS's.
> Thanks...jon
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