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Most of the gems are OS independent but few gems will throw errors like "nmake is not a recognizable command in Windows", since some gems are developed in unix or mac OS they throw this error, to solve this I can install nmake in my system. But can I make some changes in the gem itself that it can be made os independent? So if any one can give me some tips on this that will be great.
Thanks for the reply Lasse.
I understand i can resolve it by installing nmake, cl.exe with the help of Visual C++ express edition.
What i am interested in knowing is, ability to modify the gem so that it can be used by other users without the need to install vc++.
There are so many gems that are os independent I want to learn how to do it.If you can give some related links and your experience, that will help me.