Hi Chris - I am running Sierra (not high Sierra) on my fairly new Mac (summer 2017). I need to upgrade to Mojave and am afraid I will break my ruby/rails dev environment (like I did when I upgraded before). I just landed a consulting project and want to do this, troubleshoot everything before I start work.
Can you provide a guide for upgrading versus reinstalling everything or point me to a good tutorial?
I think a few things will break, but you should be fine. I don't have an upgrade guide specifically, but the steps are about the same:
xcode-select --install2.5. You may also need to install XCode's Command Line Tools
ld: library not found for -lstdc++error installing gems, you can run:
sudo installer -pkg /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools/Packages/macOS_SDK_headers_for_macOS_10.14.pkg -target /
I think that should be it.
thanks, Chris, for your quick reply.
One thing I noticed when I previously upgraded was a big issue with Capybara and QT. Do you know if this might be an issue?
thanks, Chris. Do you use Capybara and if not, do you use something else?
Seems like a lot of mix and matching that might break other things.
Yeah, I do use Capybara. I tend to stick with the Rails official testing tools, and their system tests are run with Capybara. https://guides.rubyonrails.org/testing.html#system-testing
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