Paul,

Did you ever update the wiki?  I'm not finding you direction sto get
passed this issue, and since I'm hitting the issue, and believe others
will.  It would be nice to help other so the will not get a
frustrated.

Many thanks,

Darin

On Apr 7, 12:14 am, Paul Carvalho <tester.p...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I opened Jira ticket #WTR-301 to address the problem.  I'll look over
> the wiki information again and see what I can do to help clarify the
> steps to get up and running until the problem is addressed in a future
> gem release/install.  The present wiki information seems to be really
> geared towards developers, which is a big turn-off for me. ;)
>
> Cheers.  Paul C.
>
> (BTW, I apologised to Al off-list for my prior post.  I didn't mean to
> harsh on him.. I was just frustrated at the time I spent trying to
> resolve the problem when the only advice I could find on the wiki said
> that I need to "Get the source code and unit tests from SVN."  To me,
> asking a tester to install development tools to retrieve development
> source to make something work just seems like the wrong way to go, you
> know?  Ah well, such is life sometimes in the Open Source world. ;)
> Keep moving forward.)
>
> On Apr 6, 11:27 am, Bret Pettichord <b...@pettichord.com> wrote:
>
> > Paul,
>
> > Could you update the wiki with this information please?
>
> > Bret
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