Jeroen van Meeuwen wrote, at 11/08/2008 10:47 PM +9:00:
> rubygem-passenger upstream is a Ruby on Rails deployment utility that
> practically makes installing a new version of a Ruby on Rails web
> application a drag-and-drop action. Anyway;
> One part of the upstream release is the Ruby Gem - which, when
> installed, offers a command that says;
> which is mod_rails/mod_rack, and can be loaded in httpd so that it's
> all nice and integrated and nifty.
> Problem is, "passenger-install-apache2-module" is building the .so and
> now I'm seeing a chicken-or-egg problem;
> I need the gem to be installed to be able to build the httpd module,
> and the httpd module is built from the same source(s).
I don't know rubygem-passenger at all and only tried to write a spec file
for this package very quickly (so I don't know how/if my spec file works),
however I guess my quick draft can be useful:
Currently this spec file makes many rpmlint errors or warnings but
I just wrote this spec file quickly and didn't try to suppress these
! note 2:
Also please refer to the current discussion about rubygems with C code:
I guess ruby-devel or so is missing from BuildRequires and perhaps
some more fixes are needed....