Following a methodical troubleshooting approach of validating configurations, installing missing components, removing stale artifacts, reinstalling dependencies, and reporting build bugs can resolve many “Failed to build gem native extension” errors.
Preventing issues comes down to proper management of Ruby environments, dependencies, and gems across deployments.
Consistently following Ruby best practices will help avoid painful gem native extension build failures.
Let me know if you have any other tips for troubleshooting failed gem installations!
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