When I try to install any gems as the last part of creation of a Rails project which I never managed to create, I get
JRuby limited openssl loaded. gem install jruby-openssl for full support.
ERROR: While executing gem ... (Errno::ENOENT)
No such file or directory - No such file or directory - C:/Users/J. Pablo Fernï¿½ndez
Of course my name is not J. Pablo Fernï¿½ndez, it's J. Pablo Fernández.
Hi, probably an issue with spaces in path, installing NB to a directory w/o spaces in the path likely helps. I'm not
sure we can do anything about this in NB (it's a JRuby issue). In any case, to be sure, could you please turn on
detailed logging (http://wiki.netbeans.org/FaqRubyNBLogging67), reproduce the problem and attach the log here then.
Thanks in advance.
Thanks for looking into it. I already spent 4 hours today creating another account with no special characters on it and
moving everything to it and learning that in Windows it's not a trivial task, at least, if you are a Windows newbie like
me. That means that I can't go back and try it. Sorry.
More than the white spaces, the problem looked like the a with acute: á which was interpreted as ASCII at some point.
What a surprise coming from Ruby!