Running Application

I'm getting an error message when I try to run my application (ruby
script/server), normally I'd hit "OK" and the application would run
without issues, but now it has completely failed to deploy.

I'm running on Windows 32, Ruby 1.9.1, Rails 2.3.8

The message states:
"This application has failed to start becuase msvcrt-ruby18.dll was
not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem."

Anyone knows what to do? Don't be a wise guy and say to re-install the
application becuase I have.

Thanks,
Anon_comp

yep)
the radical decision, its stop using rails and windows, many bugs wil be waiting u in the future)

the next, add this dll to library path, or system folder

Ivan Nastyukhin
dieinzige@me.com

anon_comp wrote:

I'm getting an error message when I try to run my application (ruby
script/server), normally I'd hit "OK" and the application would run
without issues, but now it has completely failed to deploy.

I'm running on Windows 32, Ruby 1.9.1, Rails 2.3.8

The message states:
"This application has failed to start becuase msvcrt-ruby18.dll was
not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem."

Check your Ruby installation. You're obviously missing a component.

Anyone knows what to do? Don't be a wise guy and say to re-install the
application becuase I have.

Don't insult people who are in a position to help you.

Thanks,
Anon_comp

Best,

yep)
the radical decision, its stop using rails and windows, many bugs wil be waiting u in the future)

Thank you. I'm totally aware of my inadequate OS, but I don't have
much of a choice. I might just install Ubuntu

the next, add this dll to library path, or system folder

Now the issue is finding the dll. I tried looking it up in Google and
failed to find it.

anon_comp wrote:

Don't insult people who are in a position to help you.

I'm not intending to insult, I just don't like it when people point
out the most obvious thing to solve the situation especially when it's
in an error message.

At any rate, I'll have to go down to Ruby 1.8.6 and see if this works.

Have you looked for it on your hard disk? It may be already installed but not in a place that the application can find it.

When you find it you could copy it into c:\windows\system (or somewhere similar under c:\windows that has a whole load of DLLs in it already).

If course if it’s already there then I’m stumped

Have you looked for it on your hard disk? It may be already installed but
not in a place that the application can find it.

Yeah, it's in my hard disk when I install Ruby 1.8.7 =/

When you find it you could copy it into c:\windows\system (or somewhere
similar under c:\windows that has a whole load of DLLs in it already).

I copied it over and now my system has gone haywire. Not your fault. I
think the developers should've had a dll that correlates with Ruby
1.9.1

Oops sorry about that, it usually works for me.

It's fine. My solution is to go to Virtual Box.