From: Jesse Jurman on
Hello ruby forums,

Cutting straight to the case,
I just recently bought a new mac computer, and I am having trouble
getting ruby to work with Tk.
I had extraneous trouble getting Tk to work on my old computer, but my
new one seems to have no version of Tk on it at all. Whereas before I
had some version of Tk installed (while outdated it still worked very
well) now I have none, which seems odd as all the tutorials I have
viewed refer to some version of tk pre-existing!

$ irb
>require 'tk'
LoadError: no such file to load -- tk
from (irb):1:in `require'
from (irb):1
from :0

My version of ruby is:
$ ruby -v
ruby 1.8.7 (2010-01-10 patchlevel 249) [x86_64-darwin10]

I am not very good at binding or compiling or making applications on
terminal, but I do consider myself somewhat good at using the terminal.

I need ruby to work with Tk ASAP!!!
Any links, solutions, or code, would be very appreciated!
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From: Jesse Jurman on
Jesse Jurman wrote:
> That makes some sense... I installed Tcl/Tk through
> Does anyone have a specific link to a tutorial for what I need... I
> don't want to download a bunch of resource files that I won't be able to
> find and delete if they are not the ones I need.

Got it to work using a one click installer that included tk
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