MD5 failing on 10.6 Snow Leopard #1

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cflewis opened this Issue Jul 7, 2010 · 2 comments

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cflewis commented Jul 7, 2010

Hi there,
I'm having a problem with the MD5 functionality that executes on rake completion:

md5: option requires an argument -- s
usage: md5 [-pqrtx] [-s string] [files ...]
cat: /tmp/rake_completion_cache_for_cflewis/: Is a directory

Any ideas?

Thanks for fish-nuggets, it's really great :)

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You're absolutely right!
I just pushed a fix for this, should work again, see: df02d6f

You may have an invalid cached rake command file stored, you can remove it with this command:

rm /tmp/rake_completion_cache_for_(whoami)/(md5pwd)

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zmalltalker commented Jul 7, 2010

You're absolutely right!
I just pushed a fix for this, should work again, see: df02d6f

You may have an invalid cached rake command file stored, you can remove it with this command:

rm /tmp/rake_completion_cache_for_(whoami)/(md5pwd)

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cflewis Jul 7, 2010

Excellent, thank you very much!

cflewis commented Jul 7, 2010

Excellent, thank you very much!

skalee referenced this issue in skalee/fish-nuggets May 16, 2012

Merge pull request #1 from gauravk92/patch-1
Instead of running shell script ".rvmrc", it's better to reload rvm through "rvm reload" every time you change to a directory with a ".rvmrc"

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