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@joneslee85, you need an ExecJS runtime, one of the several listed here: https://github.com/sstephenson/execjs
I re-open this issue because I still get the same error ONLY on my Linux box even though execjs 0.3.2 and 0.3.3 is there. Steps to re-produce:
$ rvm gemset create rails31
$ rvm use ree@rails31
$ gem install rails --pre
$ rails new testo
$ cd testo
$ bundle install
$ rails s
EDIT: Works with OSX. Got problem with Ubuntu 11.04 (2.6.38-8-generic) + ree-1.8.7-2011.03 [ i386 ]
Yes, you need to install one of the runtimes I linked above. Meanwhile we will improve the ExecJS message, please don't close the ticket.
Sweet, thanks @josh.
Hi guys i also got the same problem, but i added "therubyracer" on Gemfile it works fine. My question is keep adding like this for all new projects?
I am following the steps in Rails Guide 3.1.
I had to add gem 'therubyracer' to avoid errors.
Again is this how we have to do for any new rails project?
follow the below command so that you don't need to run( gem 'therubyracer' & bundle install ) for every new project
I think adding the gem is much simpler
no that is very simple & dont need to set gem 'therubyracer' & bundle install for any new project
i write it again in simple way:
tar -xf node-v0.4.8.tar
What am i missing? At the very least, some documentation should be provided in a prominent place (the 'getting started' Guide?) explaining whatever it is I'm missing; the present situation is very confusing for people getting started.
This link is help you to install the node.js
I had this problem, too. I run Linux and didn't have node.js installed before I read this thread. Once installed, my Rails 3.1 app ran without the ExecJS error.
Oh Great, pjmelling, you are ready, Thanks for Collaboration.
@brentsowers1 we discussed it in #3619.
in the next versions of Rails (starting with 3.1.x) therubyrhino will be included by default on Gemfile if JRuby is detected.
I'm working on a fix now, I just looked at the way execjs does it and copied that approach. I'm testing my fix on Windows now (Windows doesn't need a gem added), once I verify that I'll issue a pull request.
I've fixed this now, running rails new on a Linux system that does not have node.js will add therubyracer to the Gemfile. I've created 3 pull requests:
For Rails 3.1 - #4407
For Rails 3.2 - #4406
For Rails master - #4405