I mean, I can but the problem is not with that gem the problem is with rbsecp256k1, when it tries to build it doesn’t find the mini_portile2 gem (As the error says: cannot load such file -- mini_portile2 (LoadError) from extconf.rb:3:in <main>'
His solution works, but I don’t consider that a valid option, no user would be willing to do all of that just to add a plugin. I just wanted to know if someone could think of a better approach (the closest to just add the repo and you’re good to go). as @fzngagan himself said:
I would love it if there was a more straightfwd solution.
I’ve been narrowing it down, it doesn’t seem related to the gems, it seems to be related to extconf.rb. I tried with other few gems with a more complex setup (ruby-magic and libusb), both doesn’t work (for different reason) all they have in common are dependencies at extconf.rb.