jasperfrumau at gmail.com
Sun Jun 10 00:24:28 PDT 2012
I checked gem:
$ which gem
Seems to be Apple's installed gem. I wanted to add an alias to
.bash_profile for it and did so. All of the sudden all my command line
commands such as mate and port would no longer work. I had to deactivate
.bash_profile, .bash_login and .bash_history. After .bash_history
regenerated itself again I reinstated .bash_profile and was able to use
mate and port and so on again. So I was able to add the alias for gem. But
then all of the sudden the mate command no longer works so I have to
deactivate .bash_profile again... Odd again.
On Sun, Jun 10, 2012 at 10:43 AM, Jeremy Lavergne <
jeremy at lavergne.gotdns.org> wrote:
> > I don't get it..
> The big take away is gem is probably the wrong one, either an alias needs
> set or you need to use the full path when you call it. Since the version of
> gem changed, likely all the ruby gems need rebuilt (not a rubyist, so not
> actually certain here). Make sure the commands you're running match up with
> the ones you meant to run, and of course that you still have installed the
> versions you're expecting as well.
> Libffi probably is because libffi was updated and it broke ABI
> compatibility. Since we don't keep a mapping of what version of each
> library a given package uses... when you come across that sort of an error
> let MacPorts devs know and we'll force a rebuilt of whatever failed to load
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