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Building native extensions with: '--with-freetds-dir=c:\programfiler\freetds' This could take a while... jpierson commented Jun 23, 2013 metaskills, is there a link you could share to this issue for the rake-compiler on Windows? For my part, installation seems to complete successfully, but I get an error when trying to load the gem: H:\Downloads\Ruby>gem install tiny_tds --platform=ruby -- --with-freetds-dir=c:\programfiler\freetds Successfully installed tiny_tds-0.6.1-x86-mingw32 Parsing documentation for Setting chcp 866 helped. http://culturahq.com/cannot-load/kbdus-dll-windows-xp-install.html

Other than the limitation of Windows users which I am fixing now and older versions support, there did not seem much reason to keep all the 32-bit code in since I Is this a bundler issue? tiny_tds collaborator metaskills commented Aug 31, 2013 Seems 32bit is just fine. Please pardon my stubbornness, but while I understand time and personal things be the limitation, do not understand the real logic behind the move.

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I've searched through my code and my environmental variable settings for GEM_HOME and GEM_PATH and everything is capitalized that I can find. modille commented Jul 27, 2016 @diegoslice good thought, although it sounds like you ruled it out yourself, since you said If I try to manually hardcode ENV['PATH'] to be lowercase when Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 35 Star 453 Fork 123 rails-sqlserver/tiny_tds Code Issues 13 Pull requests 2 Projects Can I use that to take out what he owes me?

FreeTDS is downloaded from here ... Install 0.7.0 to fix. The RailsInstaller 1.9.3 for windows has never been 64bits? Tinytds Example But I'm talking minutes, not seconds on windows 10.

Why I am not sure. "tiny_tds/tiny_tds" Loaderror If for some reason your Gemfile isn't loading properly, that might not be added to your search path. Just wanted to throw that out in case I hit a wall soon. Already have an account?

load [GEMPATH]\tiny_tds-[GEMVERSION]\ports\[PORTDIR]\bin\ssleay32-1.0.2g-x86_64-w64-mingw32.dll When the loading fail (after loading yaml for example), ruby did: 1. Activerecord-sqlserver-adapter tiny_tds collaborator metaskills commented Aug 31, 2013 @luislavena or @fbehrens A few questions: 1) Do I use the ./package_win32_fat_binary.sh script? Sign in to comment Contact GitHub API Training Shop Blog About © 2016 GitHub, Inc. I figure if everything is upper case, at least it would be consistent and potentially rule out a case sensitive mismatch.

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Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub <#290 (comment)>, or mute the thread . production: adapter: sqlserver database: REDMINE username: REDMINE password: redminepassword Below is my command line log to reproduce the issue. Install Tiny_tds I also confirm, that when we put 'tiny_tds' gem before any other 'ffi'-related gem (i.e. Tiny_tds Windows Here is the actual path to the tiny_tds.so: C:\Ruby22-x64\lib\ruby\gems\2.2.0\gems\tiny_tds-1.0.4-x64-mingw32\lib\tiny_tds\2.2 Here was the install: C:\Code\PET\Spikes\ReportAppV4>gem install tiny_tds --platform=x64-mingw32 Successfully installed tiny_tds-1.0.4-x64-mingw32 Parsing documentation for tiny_tds-1.0.4-x64-mingw32 Installing ri documentation for tiny_tds-1.0.4-x64-mingw32 Done installing

Yay! Powered by Redmine © 2006-2014 Jean-Philippe Lang Sign in Register Home Projects Help Search: Redmine Overview Download Activity Roadmap Issues News Wiki Forums Repository Forums » Open discussion » Trouble installing dicom commented Aug 19, 2013 Im struggling with tiny_tds on Ruby 2.0 on Windows too, and would love to see an update on this issue. Do i need to explicitly include FreeTDS, if so - how? Cannot Load Such File -- Tiny_tds Appvolumes

Sign in to comment Contact GitHub API Training Shop Blog About © 2016 GitHub, Inc. rmagick) in the Gemfile, this also helped to workaround the issue, however, then the change of the virtual CPU does not make sense... :) weird skiprhudy commented Aug 4, 2016 Windows But since I'm not a Ruby dev, I don't understand the answers and can't apply them to my situation. weblink thanks diegoslice commented Jul 27, 2016 • edited Hi, Same issue with tiny_tds.so but with an interesting twist.

Maybe it will picked up there tjschuck/rake-compiler-dev-box#2 Let me know if I can help with testing ... Ruby Devkit Sidenote, it is a x64 setup.however, didn't had to change activerecord-sqlserver-adapter (1-8/8) Loading... It seems Ruby 2.2.x has some issues with TinyURL.

I have changed the [Gemfile] (root folder of the downloaded 2.6 redmine) like below.

The twist is when I launch the exact same site under IIS / Helicon Zoo. tiny_tds collaborator luislavena commented Aug 19, 2013 @dicom The following message: libiconv is missing. Also something majorly wrong is going on. Freetds How safe is 48V DC?

tiny_tds collaborator metaskills commented Jun 23, 2016 WOW, that is odd. UGH! Let me know how they work for you. check over here I've tried so hard to explain this to everybody, but people simply don't read and then push a lot of hate to my inbox.

FWIW, I have tested TinyTDS with Ruby 2.0 and it works fine. load [GEMPATH]\tiny_tds-[GEMVERSION]\ports\[PORTDIR]\bin\libsybdb-5.dll 3. Check the mkmf.log file for more details. I'm going to investigate whether corporate encryption policy might be playing a role.

Although I understand little of the intricacies of compiling (which is why I like Ruby I guess), I do understand that it has been difficult for authors to support Windows properly load [GEMPATH]\tiny_tds-[GEMVERSION]\ports\[PORTDIR]\bin\libeay32-1.0.2g-x86_64-w64-mingw32.dll 4. no checking for iconv_open() in -liconv... Should work fine.

Do I just need to update my Gemfile.local with some stuff? in it? It is appreciated! no checking for iconv_open() in -liconv...

I get similar behavior on a server 2012 machine that has no encryption of the file system. What you're saying is that you've never tested that. RE: install redmine 3.2.0 on windows 2012+IIS+MSSQL LoadError: cannot load such file -- tiny_tds/tiny_tds - Added by adam baxter 9 months ago I installed version 2.1.8 x64and I got the following load [GEMPATH]\tiny_tds-[GEMVERSION]\lib\tiny_tds\2.0\tiny_tds.so 2.

Product catalog A guy scammed me, but he gave me a bank account number & routing number. require 'tiny_tds' require 'yaml' database_config = YAML.load_file('../private/database_creds.yml') database_options = { host: database_config["host"], database: database_config["database"], username: database_config["username"], password: database_config["password"] } client = TinyTds::Client.new database_options But when I change the require order to


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