spurious error: "find: ‘<some_gem_I_want>’: No such file or directory" #50

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PaulNendick opened this Issue Jun 16, 2011 · 3 comments

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There's a seemingly minor error bubbling out of fpm whilst making a deb directly from a gem. To see it in action, try:

$ fpm tracksperanto -s gem -t deb --iteration baseblack-r3
Trying to download tracksperanto (version=latest)
Fetching: tracksperanto-2.5.0.gem (100%)
Successfully installed tracksperanto-2.5.0
1 gem installed
find: ‘tracksperanto’: No such file or directory
Created /tmp/rubygem-tracksperanto_2.5.0-baseblack-r3_all.deb

It's this "find: ‘tracksperanto’: No such file or directory" business. The deb seems to be working as advertised, but the spurious error message might put off the less easily impressed :D

Paul

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jordansissel commented Jun 17, 2011

I've been meaning to fix that for a few weeks now; thanks for the reminder :)

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jordansissel commented Jun 21, 2011

fpm 0.3.2 should fix this :)

Thanks for sorting this out!

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