The ports version of libxml looks to have been abandoned some time ago, and
the non ports version is much newer (ports: 0.3.2, non-ports -.3.8.4) It
also seems that libxml-ruby itself is being abandoned in favor of an
upgrade, judging from recent activity on
And, just as I try always to install on FreeBSD with ports, I try to install
all new Ruby on Rails packages using GEM.
I cannot figure out how to install libxml-ruby -- I don't understand the
errors, and I can't find any info about them on the 'net -- my next move is
to try and use the 4.0 gcc compiler I just installed.
On 8/14/07, Dan Nelson < [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> In the last episode (Aug 13), Charlie Caroff said:
> > I am running FreeBSD 6.2 Stable. The gcc version that was compiled in
> > 3.4.6. I installed gcc 4.04.
> > I'm trying to install libxml-ruby, and I need to use gcc 4.0x,
> > apparently. How do I use my newly installed gcc 4.04 to compile now?
> Is libxml-ruby different from the textproc/ruby-libxml port? That
> makefile says it doesn't compile with gcc 4.2, but says nothing about
> lower versions.
> Dan Nelson
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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