Error when trying to install gem watir

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bev

25 May, 2010 10:49 PM

When I ran "gem install watir", I got the following error:

C:\Ruby\bin>gem install watir
Successfully installed win32-api-1.4.6-x86-mswin32-60
Successfully installed windows-api-0.4.0
Successfully installed windows-pr-1.0.9
Successfully installed xml-simple-1.0.12
Successfully installed json_pure-1.4.3
Successfully installed rubyforge-2.0.4
Successfully installed rake-0.8.7
Successfully installed hoe-2.6.0
Successfully installed s4t-utils-1.0.4
Successfully installed builder-2.1.2
Successfully installed user-choices-1.1.6.1
Successfully installed commonwatir-1.6.5
Successfully installed activesupport-2.3.7
Successfully installed firewatir-1.6.5
Successfully installed nokogiri-1.4.2-x86-mswin32
Successfully installed watir-1.6.5
16 gems installed
Installing ri documentation for win32-api-1.4.6-x86-mswin32-60...
Installing ri documentation for windows-api-0.4.0...
Installing ri documentation for windows-pr-1.0.9...
Installing ri documentation for xml-simple-1.0.12...
Installing ri documentation for json_pure-1.4.3...
Installing ri documentation for rubyforge-2.0.4...
Installing ri documentation for rake-0.8.7...
Installing ri documentation for hoe-2.6.0...
Installing ri documentation for s4t-utils-1.0.4...
Installing ri documentation for builder-2.1.2...
ERROR: While generating documentation for builder-2.1.2
... MESSAGE: Unhandled special: Special: type=17, text="<!-- HI -->" ... RDOC args: --ri --op C:/Ruby/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/doc/builder-2.1.2/ri --title Builder -- Easy XML Building --main README --line-numbers --quiet lib CHANGES Ra
kefile README doc/releases/builder-1.2.4.rdoc doc/releases/builder-2.0.0.rdoc do
c/releases/builder-2.1.1.rdoc --title builder-2.1.2 Documentation
(continuing with the rest of the installation) Installing ri documentation for user-choices-1.1.6.1...
Installing ri documentation for commonwatir-1.6.5...
Installing ri documentation for activesupport-2.3.7...
Installing ri documentation for firewatir-1.6.5...
Installing ri documentation for nokogiri-1.4.2-x86-mswin32...

No definition for parse_memory

No definition for parse_file

No definition for parse_with

No definition for get_options

No definition for set_options
Installing ri documentation for watir-1.6.5...
Installing RDoc documentation for win32-api-1.4.6-x86-mswin32-60...
Installing RDoc documentation for windows-api-0.4.0...
Installing RDoc documentation for windows-pr-1.0.9...
Installing RDoc documentation for xml-simple-1.0.12...
Installing RDoc documentation for json_pure-1.4.3...
Installing RDoc documentation for rubyforge-2.0.4...
Installing RDoc documentation for rake-0.8.7...
Installing RDoc documentation for hoe-2.6.0...
Installing RDoc documentation for s4t-utils-1.0.4...
Installing RDoc documentation for builder-2.1.2...
Installing RDoc documentation for user-choices-1.1.6.1...
Installing RDoc documentation for commonwatir-1.6.5...
Installing RDoc documentation for activesupport-2.3.7...
Installing RDoc documentation for firewatir-1.6.5...
Installing RDoc documentation for nokogiri-1.4.2-x86-mswin32...

No definition for parse_memory

No definition for parse_file

No definition for parse_with

No definition for get_options

No definition for set_options
Installing RDoc documentation for watir-1.6.5...

C:\Ruby\bin>

I am a beginner with Ruby and installing gems and I don't know how to fix this issue.

any ideas?

Thanks,

Bev

  1. Support Staff 2 Posted by Eric Hodel on 26 May, 2010 12:10 AM

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    Successfully installed watir-1.6.5

    means the gem is installed and ready for use.

    There was an error building documentation for a few gems (accessible via ri or gem server). You can upgrade RDoc by installing the rdoc gem to fix these errors.

  2. Eric Hodel closed this discussion on 26 May, 2010 12:10 AM.

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