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Re: trouble installing CPAN module "Ruby"

by educated_foo (Vicar)
on Jan 12, 2012 at 21:27 UTC ( #947646=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to trouble installing CPAN module "Ruby"

GCC apparently changed its standards compliance. To fix this, you'll have to either downgrade GCC or change the C code.

PS -- If you're an employer who wants to glue Ruby and Perl together and currently pays technojosh, please consider paying me instead.

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Re^2: trouble installing CPAN module "Ruby"
by technojosh (Priest) on Jan 13, 2012 at 17:29 UTC
    If you know how to "glue Ruby and Perl together" please do share. These are two freely available languages, and that is the exact problem I'm trying to solve.

    So far none of the modules I've tried are getting anywhere, most won't even install on Windows.

  • Ruby
  • Inline::Ruby
  • Inline::Interp (this installed ok but I can't seem to get it actually loading Ruby -- this might be its own SoPW very soon)
      Can you program in C? I can. They both have C APIs, so it's easy but annoying to plug them into each other.
        You are teasing me to death here!

        Truth be told, I'm not very good with C. Trying to resolve the issues with those modules I've mentioned found me way over my head. How easy but annoying is this effort?

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