rubyscript2exe.rb issue


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rubyscript2exe.rb issue

Postby vinod » Sat, 10 Feb 2007 01:51:21 GMT

I have created some script which runs fine when i ran it from the
command promt ruby file.rb.
but when i conver it to exe using rubyscript2exe & tried to ran the
exe it gave me following error
I didnt find WINDOWS-1252.rb file on my machine. so question
1)how it running from command prompt without this file

I also tried packing the iconv.rb file into exe package but still no
Can anybody please help me on this?

no such file to load -- rexml/encodings/WINDOWS-1252.rb
parsers/treeparser.rb:89:in `parse': #<ArgumentError: No decoder found
for encodin
g WINDOWS-1252.  Please install iconv.> (REXML::ParseException)
encoding.rb:42:in `encoding='
source.rb:47:in `encoding='
parsers/baseparser.rb:203:in `pull'
parsers/treeparser.rb:21:in `parse'
document.rb:190:in `build'
document.rb:45:in `initialize'
No decoder found for encoding WINDOWS-1252.  Please install iconv.
Line: 1
Position: 47
Last 80 unconsumed characters:
        from C:/DOCUME~1/VINOD_~1/LOCALS~1/Temp/eee.solutionfile.exe.2/
lib/rexml/document.rb:190:in `build'
        from C:/DOCUME~1/VINOD_~1/LOCALS~1/Temp/eee.solutionfile.exe.2/
lib/rexml/document.rb:45:in `initialize'
        from C:\DOCUME~1\VINOD_~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\eee.solutionfile.exe.
        from C:\DOCUME~1\VINOD_~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\eee.solutionfile.exe.
        from C:\DOCUME~1\VINOD_~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\eee.solutionfile.exe.

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I don't know the exact reason, but it seems you'll need to
obtain a binding context from outside the iterator block.

  a = ['word = 2', 'word']
  b = binding
  a.each {|line| p( eval(line, b) ) }

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in the bin directory next to your ruby.exe.  IRB is "interactive
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can be written as:

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Also, puts is like print, but adds the "\n" for you.

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can be:

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