Removed non-required files from stanfordparser.gemspec which prevented successful building. #1

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jcwilk May 27, 2012

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Sorry for the delay, could you explain this a bit? What command were you using to build which was failing?

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jcwilk commented May 27, 2012

Sorry for the delay, could you explain this a bit? What command were you using to build which was failing?

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daryltucker Jul 12, 2012

Sorry for the delay (as well). If I remember correctly, I was issuing gem install stanfordparser or similar. stanfordparser.gemspec lists requirements for files which do not exist within this repository.

If you check the diff, you'll see which of these files were missing. Once I removed the non-existent files' reference within stanfordparser.gemsec, compilation was successful.

Sorry for the delay (as well). If I remember correctly, I was issuing gem install stanfordparser or similar. stanfordparser.gemspec lists requirements for files which do not exist within this repository.

If you check the diff, you'll see which of these files were missing. Once I removed the non-existent files' reference within stanfordparser.gemsec, compilation was successful.

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jcwilk Jul 14, 2012

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Thanks for getting back to me, that sounds totally reasonable. Once I get a free day I'll verify and merge it in, thanks!

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jcwilk commented Jul 14, 2012

Thanks for getting back to me, that sounds totally reasonable. Once I get a free day I'll verify and merge it in, thanks!

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