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Re: [shoes] Error installing shoes-dsl (4.0.0.pre1) from github on Win 7

Re: [shoes] Error installing shoes-dsl (4.0.0.pre1) from github on Win 7

From:
Jason Clark
Date:
2014-09-02 @ 05:52
Hey Wayne,

Thanks for reporting that. That’s pretty odd, and in trying to duplicate 
your issues here on my Mac I’m not seeing the same behavior.




Based on the reported error message about finding multiple gemspecs, I 
built out a simple repo to see if we can duplicate the problem with less 
noise and trace it back to the root cause (which might be something in 
Bundler on Windows… we’ll see).




The repo is at https://github.com/jasonrclark/wat_two_gemspecs. If you 
could clone it and follow the instructions there (basically just doing a 
bundle install) and report back the results, that’d be awesome.




I can get access to a Windows machine as well, but it might be a few days 
before I do.




Thanks again for the report and any help you can get us in debugging this!




~Jason

Re: [shoes] Error installing shoes-dsl (4.0.0.pre1) from github on Win 7

From:
Tobias Pfeiffer
Date:
2014-09-02 @ 10:18
Hi!

Thanks for the report. I created this issue so we don't lose track of
it: https://github.com/shoes/shoes4/issues/878

Have you tried upgrading bundler to a newer version?

Cheers,
Tobi

On 09/02/2014 07:52 AM, Jason Clark wrote:
> Hey Wayne,
> Thanks for reporting that. That’s pretty odd, and in trying to duplicate
> your issues here on my Mac I’m not seeing the same behavior.
> 
> Based on the reported error message about finding multiple gemspecs, I
> built out a simple repo to see if we can duplicate the problem with less
> noise and trace it back to the root cause (which might be something in
> Bundler on Windows… we’ll see).
> 
> The repo is at https://github.com/jasonrclark/wat_two_gemspecs. If you
> could clone it and follow the instructions there (basically just doing a
> bundle install) and report back the results, that’d be awesome.
> 
> I can get access to a Windows machine as well, but it might be a few
> days before I do.
> 
> Thanks again for the report and any help you can get us in debugging this!
> 
> ~Jason

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