Thursday, October 25, 2007

Ruby Inside - da di da dun!

From the Ruby Inside blog:
Someone / some people who have been responsible for integrating Ruby and Rails into the latest version of Mac OS X (Leopard) have written some notes on what was involved and how Ruby and Rails work in Leopard. The Ruby build is a customized 1.8.6 p36 and actually integrates into Xcode and Interface Builder.. now making it a relatively easy task to put together Ruby GUI apps on OS X. RubyGems is also installed with a smattering of the most popular gems preinstalled by default.
The office is awaiting our shipment of Leopard. Out of the box perl, python, etc, is one of the reasons I fell in love with OSX. I built my ruby 1.8.5 from source ("how rustic" says Sean) a few months back. It should be neat to see examples of ruby gui apps on the Mac.


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