On Monday, September 19, 2016 at 7:24:24 AM UTC-4, Mariusz Kutek wrote ...

This issue came up when trying to get Instiki running on windows10. See: 

The sqlite3 gem <https://rubygems.org/gems/sqlite3> really needs to be 
updated and I don't know what preventing this. The the relevant 
instructions for the "fix": above is

   1.  From http://www.sqlite.org/download.html#win32";  I downloaded 
   2. I unzipped and untarred  that into C:/nLab/sqliteAuto/ giving: 
   3. In the devKit bash shell (C:\nLab\rubyDevKit\msys.bat), which has a 
   bigger PATH than found in C:\Ruby23\bin\setrbvars.bat which is used by 
   the Ruby Microsoft shell, I did:

cd /c/nLab/sqliteAuto/sqlite-autoconf-3140100
./configure --disable-shared
make install DESTDIR=/c/nLab/sqliteTMP
gem uninstall sqlite3 --all
gem install sqlite3 --platform=ruby -- 

Then Instiki's .gemfile was patched to contain

gem "sqlite3", "1.3.11", :path => 

This got things running. I'm such a n00b at ruby I haven't yet figured out 
yet if the gem install step is necessary and whether instead its effect 
could be achieved in the .gemfile.

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