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I'm using RVM to manage my Ruby environment on OSX, and currently it's interpreting '1.9.2' as ruby-1.9.2-rc2 instead of the final release. How can I update this to make it behave as expected?

  • @Adam this doesn't seem to me that it has anything to do with unix... this seems like a Ruby question... SO? I've no clue what this has to do with bash – xenoterracide Sep 2 '10 at 19:07
  • @xenoterracide RVM is a Ruby version manager written in bash, and entirely specific to unix systems. It manipulates your shell environment to allow you to use multiple versions & gemsets in one environment. – Adam Lassek Sep 3 '10 at 2:09
  • @xenoterracide I was going to add rvm and ruby as tags but I'm not allowed. – Adam Lassek Sep 3 '10 at 2:14
  • @Adam so it's perlbrew for ruby... – xenoterracide Sep 3 '10 at 2:43
  • @xenoterracide Yes, same idea but with the added capability of being able to define multiple independent gemsets in addition to Ruby installations. – Adam Lassek Sep 3 '10 at 21:10
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Since this got no response I asked this question and got an answer on Stack Overflow from michaelmichael.

Make sure you've updated rvm with the rvm update command. From there you can install 1.9.2 with rvm install 1.9.2. It'll install and compile ruby 1.9.2-p0. From there, it should interpret 1.9.2 as the final release. I'm also on a mac, and this worked for me after having rc2 installed.

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