Misbehavens, I was unaware of this thread and not being aware of the state of gosu on the Rpi, naively installed ruby 1.9.3 and gosu. Of course, it didn’t work. My ruby threw a segmentation fault when it tried to open a window.
Like you, I would like to see gosu on the RPi. Our motives are different (I have a bunch
of time invested in ruby code that I developed on a Ubuntu desktop system, but must run on the RPi), but I totally agree with your sentiments regarding ruby and gosu.
I see that your last post was a couple of months ago. Are you aware of any ongoing work in bringing gosu up on the pi?
I have been trying to run the 'Hello World!' gosu tutorial under Ruby. When Ruby processes the require 'gosu' line I get the following error:
The specified file could not be found 'C:/Ruby200/lib/ruby/gems/2.0.0/gems/gosu-0.7.48-x86-mingw32/lib/gosu.for_1_9.so'
I got a clean install of gosu by installing with the –no-documents option. The file gosu.for_1_9.so' is right where it is supposed to be.
The structure of the gosu-0.7.48-x86-mingw32 seems to be correct ( I have other gems installed that work and have the same directory structure as gosu).
I am running Ruby 2.0 on a Windows XP machine. The gosu version as you can see is
I assume that the install was ok since there were no complaints.
I have googled this without finding a solution or explanation. I’d really appreciate any ideas.
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