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After ruby (version 3.1.2) install with RVM, when I move to the qpixel install directory (with cd qpixel command), the following warning is displayed in the terminal:

  Unknown ruby interpreter version (do not know how to handle): >=2.7,<4.

But my local instance of QPixel seems to "work" without problem.

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  1. Why I obtain this warning?
  2. What does it mean?
  3. Should I worry about for running my local instance of qpixel?

Setup

Ruby installed with: rvm install 3.1.2.

Output of ruby -v command on Debian 11 (on WSL2): ruby 3.1.2p20 (2022-04-12 revision 4491bb740a) [x86_64-linux]

I obtain the above warning with several OS: Debian 11 (WSL2) and 12, Ubuntu 22.04.2 TLS , Fedora 38 and Arch Linux.

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I also see this (1 comment)
I also see this
trichoplax‭ wrote 10 months ago

I've also been seeing this message since starting to work on QPixel (I'm also using RVM). It has never caused any problem so I haven't got around to asking whether I need to do anything about it. I'm using Fedora 38 (which you have already reported in the question).

Just mentioning to confirm it's not just you. Hopefully someone else has more info.