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Bundle install errors on MacOS

Malcolm

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Hi folks,

I'm running into issues using bundle install on MacOS, and I wonder if anyone has any suggestions on fixing these errors.
  • An error occurred while installing msgpack (1.7.2), and Bundler cannot continue.
  • An error occurred while installing puma (5.6.6), and Bundler cannot continue.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
 
Solution
Okay, so it looks like I needed to accept Xcode's license. Here's the command that I used:

Bash:
sudo xcodebuild -license
and accept the license.

Then I ran:
Bash:
bundle install

Everything worked after that, and I was able to start the server with no problem.
Hi folks,

I'm running into issues using bundle install on MacOS, and I wonder if anyone has any suggestions on fixing these errors.
  • An error occurred while installing msgpack (1.7.2), and Bundler cannot continue.
  • An error occurred while installing puma (5.6.6), and Bundler cannot continue.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Your issue here is you're running it on MacOS 😂
 
Hey Mate,

Bummer about the bundle install issues, but let’s try to troubleshoot it together! 🛠️

  1. System Setup Check: Ensure Xcode Command Line Tools are installed and updated since some gems need to compile native extensions:

Code:
xcode-select --install

  1. Fresh Start: Try deleting your Gemfile.lock and running the install again to resolve dependencies anew:

Code:
rm Gemfile.lock
bundle install

  1. Specific Gem Troubleshooting: Install the problematic gems separately to possibly get more detailed error messages or even solve the issue outright:

Code:
gem install msgpack -v '1.7.2'
gem install puma -v '5.6.6'

If you see specific error messages during this, they might be key to resolving the issue.

  1. Bundler Version: Make sure your bundler version is compatible with your Ruby version.

Code:
gem install bundler

And then attempt to install the gems again:


Code:
bundle install

  1. Ruby & macOS Version: Knowing your versions can assist in checking for compatibility issues. Provide outputs of:
  • Ruby:

Code:
ruby -v

  • Bundler:

Code:
bundle -v

  • macOS: Click on the Apple icon in the top-left corner > About This Mac
 
Okay, so it looks like I needed to accept Xcode's license. Here's the command that I used:

Bash:
sudo xcodebuild -license
and accept the license.

Then I ran:
Bash:
bundle install

Everything worked after that, and I was able to start the server with no problem.
 
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