#ruby - 16 March 2019
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[00:02:26] miah: reruning the xcode enable shouldnt make things any worse and it may resolve your issue
[00:10:45] physikoi: sorry miah , what do you mean by "xcode enable"? I did do `xcode-select --install` but i just get a notice that CLT are installed. I also signed the license again. Oh, and I'm using latest version of Xcode.
[00:13:25] miah: fwiw i use chruby / ruby-install and avoid the system ruby because apple always messes it up in some way
[00:15:22] physikoi: miah: i think i will do likewise rather than pulling my hair trying to get system version working.
[00:33:25] physikoi: miah: back in business! I installed ruby2.6.x via macports, updated GEM_HOME, GEM_PATH to paths owned by me, and BAM
[15:34:49] fyber: which is little bit better, but I thought there might be a way to remove that repetitiveness entirely (since they're named the same)
[15:37:55] rubydoc: stderr: -e:2:in `f': unknown keyword: c (ArgumentError) (https://carc.in/#/r/6icr)
[15:38:22] c-c: Heh I often do weird stuff like a, a, a and everything is an array and just have to ensure its all in the arr
[15:45:07] phaul: fyber: if you know that your hash exactly contains the args for the method than splat. ^, just be aware of that error I demonstrated
[15:50:49] fyber: phaul: yeah I figured, just going to stick with the "subject: params[:subject]" syntax
[15:57:49] c-c: - but one has to see that the keys are inserted in the correct order, or some such obscurity 8P