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Ruby on rails – `require: cannot load such file – blockchain-wallet (LoadError) – ruby-on-rails-gem-rails

up vote 0 down vote favorite 1 Working on Blockchain-wallet api whose initial step is to gem install blockchain-wallet, along with it should create wallet object hence used test.rb file to add queries as in documentation https://github.com/Tolsi/blockchain-wallet-ruby. Used ruby test.rb command to run the file, got `require’: cannot load such file — blockchain-wallet (LoadError) load error. Checked with gemset and ruby version, everything seems to look fine. What mistake leads to such an error ? ruby-on-rails ruby rubygems gem

&emsp, this question asked Feb 13 ’14 at 7:05 Sap 155 13 | 2 Answers

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Please, try to use: require ‘blockchain/wallet’

&emsp, this answer answered Feb 13 ’14 at 8:00 Maksim Gladkov 2,621 1 8 14 Thank you, it worked 🙂 &ndash, Sap Feb 13 ’14 at 8:56 Added wallet.addresses to the file, got this error /home/min/.rvm/gems/ruby-2.0.0-p247@blockchain/gems/blockcha&zwnj,​,in-wallet-0.0.5/lib/&zwnj,​,&zwnj,​,blockchain/wallet.&zwnj,​,rb:86:in `rescue in execute_request’: uninitialized constant Blockchain::Wallet::OpenSSL (Blockchain::Wallet::BlockchainException) and idea how to solve this ? &ndash, Sap Feb 13 ’14 at 11:10 | up vote 1 down vote —Accepted—Accepted—Accepted—

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&emsp, this answer edited Feb 15 ’14 at 7:30 lpapp 37.6k 13 55 79 answered Feb 13 ’14 at 12:22 rvmstack 11 2 |

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