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    • Mislav Marohnić's avatar
      Simplify build & install steps for dev rubies · c5346187
      Mislav Marohnić authored
      This merges "standard_build" and "standard_install" build steps into one again
      and modifies "standard_install_with_bundled_gems" to just invoke "standard"
      with the addition of `update-gems` & `extract-gems` targets.
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    • Mislav Marohnić's avatar
      Merge pull request #2314 from rbenv/verify-openssl-remove · 62ec07af
      Mislav Marohnić authored
      Remove deprecated verify_openssl step from build definitions
    • Mislav Marohnić's avatar
    • Mislav Marohnić's avatar
      Merge pull request #2296 from rbenv/verify-openssl · e30482e6
      Mislav Marohnić authored
      Instruct Ruby to fail the build if openssl or psych are missing
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      Surface `make` problems while building Ruby extensions · 4a3ff7e1
      Mislav Marohnić authored
      A very common type of build failure is that the Ruby "openssl" extension failed to compile. However, when that happens, ruby-build just prints a generic "BUILD FAILED" message. To find out what happened, the user would first have to open the ruby-build log, note the "Following extensions are not compiled" section, then figure out how to find the exact location to the "ext/openssl/mkmf.log" file for more information.
      Now, when `make` fails, ruby-build will automatically forward the "Following extensions are not compiled" information to stderr.
    • Mislav Marohnić's avatar
      Remove `verify_opensl` step from build definitions · 4cb28579
      Mislav Marohnić authored
      The functionality to fail the build if openssl or psych are missing is
      now built into the `./configure && make` phase for Ruby.
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      Instruct Ruby to fail the build if openssl or psych are missing · 6250069c
      Mislav Marohnić authored
      Normally, Ruby `make` step will print a warning about any missing
      extensions, but will not abort the build and instead proceed as normal.
      Since Ruby installations without openssl or psych are essentially
      broken, ruby-build used to have a `verify_openssl` build step to test if
      the newly built Ruby can load these extensions, and print helpful
      information and abort the build on errors:
          Loading the Ruby openssl extension failed
          ERROR: Ruby install aborted due to missing extensions
      The `verify_opensl` implementation was necessary to provide a good
      experience for ruby-build users, but was hacky and I would prefer to
      eliminate it.
      It appears that passing `--with-ext=openssl,psych` to the Ruby configure
      step marks those extensions as mandatory and fails the `make` process if
      they failed to build. This is exactly the behavior we want, so this
      enables the configure option for all Ruby builds.
    • Benoit Daloze's avatar
      Add ruby-dev definition · 4b7ce4d0
      Benoit Daloze authored
      * Currently the same as 3.3.0-dev but that name changes every year,
        so this makes it easy to install ruby dev/master.
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