I'm sorry to hear you're having problems installing RSpec on Windows 7.
>From your description, it sounds like the problem you're having is with
your ruby and gem installation tools, and not a problem with RSpec itself.
Maybe there's a windows user on this group who can help but most people
here (including myself) use POSIX systems. You'll probably have better
luck asking for help from a ruby windows users group.
On Tue, Mar 6, 2018 at 10:45 AM, Bijaya Manandhar <
> I have Ruby version 2.4.3 installed from RubyInstaller. After that I used
> msys64 to install RSpec that gave me RSpec 3.7.1 straight. Now my system
> does not want to talk between Ruby and RSpec. It pops up with
> "MissingSpecVersionError". I tried all I know to match the versions but did
> not find bundle that matches.
> I work on Windows 7.
> Your help is highly appreciated.
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