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Results logged to c:/ruby/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/sqlite3-ruby-1.2.4/ext/sqlite3_ api/gem_So, I'm missing: nmake stdio.h fdatasync in I have VS C 2008 Express installed, so that negates the pretense of not having a C compiler installed.
Nmake, I'm going to d/l from microsoft, but I doubt that that will find a resolution to these issues.
Bulk updating Gem source index for: htp://gems.rubyforge.org/ ERROR: While executing gem ...
...which brings me back to my original problem: How do I fix the issue, without *having* to install VC 6? C:\gem install sqlite3-ruby Bulk updating Gem source index for: Building native extensions. ERROR: Error installing sqlite3-ruby: ERROR: Failed to build gem native extension.
And how can I address the other issue of the Zlib error, after upgrading to rails 1.2 or dropping nmaker into the ruby bin? ...rails 1.1.1 works fine, save for the stdio.h error)gem install watir Bulk updating Gem source index for: Successfully installed win32-api-1.2.0-x86-mswin32-60 Successfully installed windows-api-0.2.4 Successfully installed windows-pr-0.9.3 Successfully installed win32-process-0.5.9 Successfully installed watir-1.5.6 5 gems installed Installing ri documentation for win32-api-1.2.0-x86-mswin32-60... Installing RDoc documentation for win32-api-1.2.0-x86-mswin32-60... Installing RDoc documentation for windows-api-0.2.4... Installing RDoc documentation for windows-pr-0.9.3... Installing RDoc documentation for win32-process-0.5.9... c:/ruby/bin/install sqlite3-ruby checking for fdatasync() in .. no nmake Microsoft (R) Program Maintenance Utility Version 1.50 Copyright (c) Microsoft Corp 1988-94. NMAKE : fatal error U1073: don't know how to make 'ruby.h' Stop.
Dry Run Mode: Would uninstall rake-0.7.3 Dry Run Mode: Would uninstall win32-process-0.5.3 Dry Run Mode: Would uninstall windows-pr-0.7.2 Dry Run Mode: Would uninstall windows-api-0.2.0 Dry Run Mode: Would uninstall win32-api-1.0.4-x86-mswin32 Clean Up Complete *This one confuses me, since those packages are for Watir, and I *believe* that RSpec is dependent on those packages.
I could be wrong, though, wouldn't be the first time.
For things to work nicely you need the c compiler used to build ruby, which for the standard ruby installed is visual c 6.