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SO post here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13187994/how-can-i-resolve-these-rails-gem-dependecies-after-adding-rmre-0-0-4
Is the suggestion by 'normalocity' a good one?
Yes it definitely is. Can you try with: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/15802116/rmre-0.0.5.gem? If everything is OK I will release new version.
bundle install now succeeds.
when I invoke:
bundle exec rmre -a mysql -d my_db -u my_user -p my_pass -o .
"Could not find gem 'mysql (>= 0) ruby' in the gems available on this machine.
Run bundle install to install missing gems."
... is thrown.
I do have the mysql2 gem installed. Looking into the process of backwards installing the older mysql gem seems more than a little problematic and I worry some aspect of building and using the necessary native libraries will conflict with mysql2. Is this also a situation where upgrading the dependencies to use mysql2 is appropriate?
Great! I'll release new version soon. Regarding new problem you used old mysql gem when you invoked rare (-a mysql). You do not have to use old mysql gem just tell rmre to use mysql2 (notice change after -a option):
bundle exec rmre -a mysql2 -d my_db -u my_user -p my_pass -o .
generated a set of models :-)
Thanks so much !
I'm glad I was able to help. Cheers!