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How would I go about checking if a Object returned by a API contains X?
This is the closest I have gotten, without getting any errors:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-13 at 22:21
you dont have to stringify if you want to get some data
I am having a legacy ruby daemon script that runs on a linux server. On upgrading all ruby and gem package versions with in the instance, the daemon script is now erroring out. Same error I am getting with in irb
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-06 at 14:59
In my case, I just did
gem install nokogiri and it is working here.
Perhaps the context/env your daemon script gets is different than running locally, though I'm surprised irb gives the same issue in that case.
I looked at this Ruby installation (2.2.2) fails in macOS Big Sur
My macOS is Big Sur and the version I have is 11.2 and it was the closest I could find to the issue I'm having with my OS, I followed what I could by trying...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-23 at 19:38
This is not an official solution. I'm sure the rbenv devs are working on an actual solution but this workaround should help others who are setting up their ruby environments on the new M1 chips for Mac.
Make sure your Terminal is using Rosetta. You can find how to do that using Google.
Uninstall your current
rbenvfollowing these instructions Removing rbenv. Be sure you also remove all the downloaded versions of ruby if you have any (minus the system default) located in
Uninstall the ARM version of Homebrew with:
/bin/bash -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/uninstall.sh)"
Install the x86_64 version of Homebrew with:
arch -x86_64 /bin/bash -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install.sh)"
If you run
brew install rbenvshould produce output saying "Error: Cannot install in Homebrew on ARM processor in Intel default prefix (/usr/local)!". This is expected.
You want to tell brew to install the older architecture x86_64
arch -x86_64 brew install rbenv
Then finally install the version you want using
arch -x86_64 rbenv install x.x.x(x = some number i.e. 2.7.2)
From there you just need to remember to tell brew
arch -x86_64 when installing other versions of Ruby.
Once an actual fix comes through you'll be able to switch back to the newer architecture and not have to use the
arch argument. You also don't have to do this all the time with brew either, just rbenv.
For full transparency, I started learning about Cucumber an hour ago. I've been following a concise tutorial on using Selenium in Ruby with Cucumber and I've had no issues until this point.
In essence, I'm trying to run a test scenario(?) but I am receiving this error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-18 at 15:18
This is a RubyMine bug. Nothing we can fix on the Cucumber end.
You can either consult a non-recommended monkeypatch / hack. Or downgrade to an early version of Cucumber5.
See https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/RUBY-27294 for more information, including other possible workarounds and a time-frame for the fix from Jetbrains.
Luke - Cucumber Ruby committer.
I followed the steps from bundler.io and am creating my own gem.
Now I'm looking into the
Rakefile. I see:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-22 at 19:04
Rubygems overwrites Ruby's own
Kernel#require method with its own method which loads gems on demand (i.e. adds the gem to the $LOAD_PATH and then requires the requested file).
Thus, when you execute
require 'bundler/gem_tasks', what happens is that rubygems searches for a gem containing
bundler/gem_tasks.rb in its
require_paths path (which is specified in the respective gemspec of each gem). If a matching gem is found on your system, its
require_paths are added to the
$LOAD_PATH and Ruby's original
require method is called which will load the requested file.
In any case, neither Ruby nor Rubygems dynamically loads gems from the internet. It will only use gems installed locally to the configured GEM_PATHS. You can find the configured paths which are searched for installed gems by running
gem env on your command line.
If you start Ruby with the
--disable-gems command line argument, it will not automatically load rubygems and thus will not add its custom implementation of
Kernel#require. Here, only files in locations you specifically added to the
$LOAD_PATH can be required.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-23 at 05:04
There may be one culprit gem here but you will run into this problem again and again unless you fix your underlying approach.
Look at your gems environment; all gems are installed into one folder, regardless of the project you’re working on. So, if you have two projects with conflicting dependencies you will get this problem again.
There are tools, like RVM, which let you create environments for each project. So, each project has its own separate collection of gems and even distinct versions of Ruby if you need 2.7 in one project and 2.5 for another.
See "Easy way to setting Ruby Version Manager (RVM) on projects" for how to use RVM and create a gemset for each project.
I picked up a 4 year old project written in
Ruby 2.1.3 and
Very few of the gems were versioned but I've managed to get the project running locally by installing
mysql2 0.3.20 as suggested in multiple other threads. Doing this required me to (on MacOS) downgrade openssl and mysql with
brew install mysql@57 and
brew install openssl@10.
I could then install
mysql2 with by passing the correct libraries to it:
gem install mysql2 -v 0.3.20 -- --firstname.lastname@example.org/bin/mysql_config --with-ldflags=-Lemail@example.com/lib --with-cppflags=-Ifirstname.lastname@example.org/include
Everything works locally, all good.
I'm trying to deploy this project with Dokku on a Debian instance. Here's the readout from the push to dokku master including the error thrown when starting the Rails server:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-22 at 18:38
I think I see what's going on. In your Dockerfile, change your DB_URL from: mysql:// to mysql2://
You are loading the mysql2 gem, but indicating to ActiveRecord that you want to use a connection via the mysql gem.
I/m using Lita to create a chatbot, I have created a handle called dialog to where and I've opted to separate my code, i have my chat routes in
lita-dialog/lib/lita/handlers/dialog.rb and my responses in
the code in
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-15 at 18:13
Credit for this answer goes to Jimmy Cuadra
The Lita handler you showed defines a route that will invoke an instance method called
greeting_responsewhen an incoming message matches. There is no instance method with that name defined, hence the "undefined method" exception. You have a method with this name defined in the other file, but a method defined at the top-level scope is not the same thing as an instance method in a class. If you want that method to be included in the Lita handler class, you should define it in a module that you include in the handler.
Error running 'env GEM_HOME=/Users/john/.rvm/gems/ruby-2.3.8@global
I encountered this error while I was trying to install ruby
2.3.8 in MacOs Catalina
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-11 at 03:00
I tried everything and came to conclusion that there is problem with the binary of
RVM has. The I removed
RVM from my system and start using
I'm having an issue with rbenv and what I believe is an issue is of
require trying to read from my system gems rather than from shims.
I'm trying to create a single script file without the overhead of needing bundle - though I've tried adding a Gemfile and put the script and Gemfile in the same directory.
brew install rbenv
export PATH="$HOME/.rbenv/bin:$PATH"in my
eval "$(rbenv init -)"to my
rbenv install 2.6.3
rbenv global 2.6.3
rbenv rehashfor brevity
- Close terminal
- New terminal:
ruby -v= "ruby 2.6.3p62"
rbenv version= "2.6.3 (set by $HOME/Desktop/.ruby-version)"
which ruby= "$HOME/.rbenv/shims/ruby"
- INSTALLATION DIRECTORY: $HOME/.rbenv/versions/2.6.3/lib/ruby/gems/2.6.0
- USER INSTALLATION DIRECTORY: $HOME/.gem/ruby/2.6.0
- RUBY EXECUTABLE: $HOME/.rbenv/versions/2.6.3/bin/ruby
- EXECUTABLE DIRECTORY: $HOME/.rbenv/versions/2.6.3/bin
- SPEC CACHE DIRECTORY: $HOME/.gem/specs
- SYSTEM CONFIGURATION DIRECTORY: $HOME/.rbenv/versions/2.6.3/etc
- RUBYGEMS PLATFORMS:
- GEM PATHS:
gem install colorize- this gem seems to work fine
gem install httparty
gem install pry
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-13 at 22:19
Rather than using
/usr/bin/ruby which is the system installed Ruby, use the hashbang
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