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You can start by installing the Hpricot gem in the usual fashion:
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Attempting local installation of 'hpricot' Local gem file not found: hpricot*.gem Attempting remote installation of 'hpricot' Updating Gem source index for: http://gems.rubyforge.org Select which gem to install for your platform (i686-darwin8.8.1) 1. hpricot 0.4 (ruby) 2. hpricot 0.4 (mswin32) 3. Cancel installation >
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Rather than just going ahead and installing the gem, the gem client notifies you that there are two different types of gems available of the Hpricot 0.4 gem. One version is marked ruby and the other mswin32. The ruby gem is a generic gem that s designed to be installed on any machine that has a Unix-like environment and a C compiler available (this can include Cygwin, a Unix line environment for Windows). The mswin32 version is specifically designed for users using Ruby under a pure Windows environment, and includes a precompiled binary version of the HTML parser for use on a 32-bit x86 Windows environment. You select your choice by typing the number required and pressing Enter. Once Hpricot is installed, it s easy to check if everything went okay:
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require 'rubygems' require 'hpricot' puts "Hpricot installed successfully" if Hpricot
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If you want to try out some more-complex code examples with Hpricot, refer to 14, where you use Hpricot to process Web page content. As well as having generic and Windows builds of each version of the Hpricot gem, Hpricot is also available in a special developers version that s kept up to date with the latest changes made by the developer. Although it s still common practice to release libraries in fixed versions from time to time, the advent of test-driven development has made it practical and reasonably safe to use more up-to-date versions of libraries that the developer is actively working on. Therefore, you can choose to install the finished, fixed versions of the Hpricot gem from the default gem servers, or you can choose to install the up to the minute source version from the developer s own gem server. Hpricot s developers build is not stored on the default gem servers, but on a gem server maintained by the Hpricot developer himself. To access it, you only need to adjust the gem install command slightly:
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This command instructs gem to not look at the default gem servers but to use code.whytheluckystiff.net specifically. Many projects have their own developer gem servers, so if you want to install experimental, cutting-edge versions of gems and libraries, refer to the project s Web site for information on installing the edge/source/experimental versions (all the prior terms can be used to describe the cutting-edge versions). Running the prior command gives you a lot more options than installing from the default gem servers.
Select which gem to install for your platform (i686-darwin8.8.1): 1. hpricot 0.4.52 (ruby) 2. hpricot 0.4.52 (mswin32) 3. hpricot 0.4.47 (ruby) 4. hpricot 0.4.43 (mswin32) 5. hpricot 0.4.43 (ruby) 6. hpricot 0.4 (mswin32) 7. hpricot 0.4 (ruby) 8. hpricot 0.3.32 (mswin32) 9. hpricot 0.3.32 (ruby) 10. hpricot 0.3.0 (mswin32) 11. hpricot 0.3 (ruby) 12. hpricot 0.2 (ruby) 13. hpricot 0.1 (ruby) 14. Cancel installation >
As gem version numbers are incremental, running in significance from left to right, the best build available here is 0.4.52, options 1 and 2 for the generic and Windows builds respectively.
Note Ruby on Rails also makes an edge build available, as opposed to the fixed versions. Many developers choose to use the edge versions, as they offer significantly more features than the latest official release. However, rather than use version numbers like Hpricot, the Rails team uses a single revision number such as 5098 or 5200, where the higher the number, the more up-to-date the build. This is covered in more detail in 13.
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