> On 15 Jul 2022, at 11:17, Hans de Graaff <gra...@gentoo.org> wrote:
> 
> Skip building documentation rather than generating an error when rdoc is
> missing but documentation is requested. rdoc should not be missing
> normally, but this is a common problem when updating from one ruby
> target straight to another one. There can be a gap when eselect has not
> been triggered again yet for rdoc and another core ruby package may
> require rdoc. This is commonly bundler since it has a +doc USE flag.
> 

I worry a bit about silently skipping given it can go further
and lead to e.g. unpredictably broken binpkgs.

I'd probably prefer not doing +doc but I assume it's there
for a reason.

Anyway, the situation is what it is until we get a ruby-exec
or similar, so go for it. Thanks for figuring out a workaround,
as this one is often a bit painful.

> Signed-off-by: Hans de Graaff <gra...@gentoo.org>
> ---

Best,,
sam

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