Hi @flexbox and thx for the reply.
Yes had and then I removed it. Both result in the same error.
I tried a bunch of things like. check aliases, and path to see if there was going something wrong. I which, rbenv whenced the middleman and bundler commands.
i put the middleman output to a textfile which help cause i couldn't see the head of the error message.
I pointed it out in my first post:
I got error messages like - "from ~/.rbenv/versions/2.3.1/bin/middleman", before this there are the same with gems. which in the beginning pointed me to the config.rb file, or most of these "look a like" error messages, could have been fixed within the config.rb
Yesterday I setup a new Project, and copy pasted the files one by one and the same error happend when i copied the layout.html.haml.
Is there an Middleman error log or something, or can I only see this when the middleman server is running? How can I see the whole message on terminal, when the command fails. an Error message like this
let me only see the tail-part of the error, but it feels the good parts are in the head. (I tried to middleman >> middleman.txt, which showed, the mm is loading, preferring use of libsass, etc)
I use partials in the haml file, for nav and footer. Could it have something to do with this?
Is it correct, that you just have a bunch of gems installed locally, and when u change inside a project folder and rbenv local it, that all the gems you Install are locally to??
I thought that you rbenv -> project-folder to trap the gems inside that environment.
Could it have something to do with this??
I work with tmux, oh-my-zsh and zplug. Could it have something to do with one of these?