…om psych's init_with
…sych tests, syck_hack and YAML::ENGINE changes
FreeBSD 8.2's last line is "./configure: Can't open ./configure: No such file or directory\n" but FreeBSD 9's is "cannot open ./configure: No such file or directory\n". From ruby-trunk r33517 by naruse
…error on Windows. Patch by usa from ruby-trunk r35337
…g the useless feature of appending the gem name
The format that psych outputs in 1.9.2 isn't readable as a Time object by syck's parser, thus it comes through as a String. Since we already do some String parsing in date=, we might as well also handle this odd, psych only, format.
This warning currently only shows up at gem install time. Showing them by default doesn't help the user because there is no recourse for the user. Showing them in verbose mode at least means the user wants to know extra info about things. Additionally, #validate is run at build time so there is no chance of creating specs that would warn, so these warnings are ONLY for gems that in the wild.
…ting to update the manifest (since I am sometimes guilty of the same crime)
…ate the manifest
Fix a test failure on Windows
test_generate_bin_bindir_with_user_install_warning(TestGemInstaller) fails on Windows with msys bash. It makes comparing paths case-insensitive. See: rubygems#299 (comment)
If the prelude is present, it will end up redefining Gem itself, so we must NEVER require other files that we that change Gem first.