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[16:06:20] tjj: tried googling around and posting on #nokogiri too, but didn't help. Can someone please please help here ?
[16:06:20] tjj: Hi Folks, I am trying to install nokogiri gem. Flushed the DNS cache just to be sure since it had created issues in the past and ran 'gem update --system' which worked successfully. Then I tried installing nokogiri with command 'gem install nokogiri' - and its failing to open a TCP/IP connection to zlib.net:80. Hence possibly failing to build gem native extension. Have pasted the gem env, gem_make.out and mkmf.log below. Machine is not behind a proxy or a firewall.
[16:17:09] tjj: adam12 : The page for zlib.net shows up properly in the browser, Not able to understand what's happening while building the gem
[16:19:21] tjj: but 'gem update --system' worked correctly and it fetched all it needed. Sure - should try with irb once
[16:21:20] tjj: is zlib.net known to have some specific TLS version requirement ? currently I have set up --> [Net.ServicePointManager]::SecurityProtocol = [Net.SecurityProtocolType]::Tls12
[16:29:57] tjj: adam12: It doesn't work on Windows. I downloaded nokogiri locally and tried 'gem install --force --local nokogiri-1.10.3.gem'. But it has to connect to zlib.net. it fails with the same error.
[16:32:56] tjj: adam12 | balo : Why does is even connect to zlib site while building ? can I download and provide, whatever dependency is, locally along with the gem to solve this ?
[16:37:36] tjj: balo: does that mean if I place the file in that folder, it wouldn't at all connect to zlib site ??
[16:51:48] tjj: Not even able to locate the tar file on zlib. there are a lot of Windows versions too. Should be suitable for Win10
[17:01:00] tjj: Keeping the zlib tar file at the mentioned location isn't working. As soon as I paste and trigger the local installation command - all tar files at the location suddenly vanish. (There are 2 files already and I copied the 3rd). 2 re-appear after certain time but zlib tar file vanishes. Well, these are getting creating through the process, just placing doesn't work.
[10:15:41] tjj: hi folks.. I have been using Ruby plugin within Apache Netbeans 10. I had my Ruby env configured to use FastDebugger. Suddenly out of nowhere I am getting this error msg
[10:19:31] tjj: and most important - it says Could not find 'nokogiri' (~> 1.10) - did find: [nokogiri-1.8.0-x64-mingw32]