Hi,

At Tue, 16 Dec 2003 12:31:35 +0900,
Dave Thomas wrote:
> > Using the standard install.rb, anything you include in a project's 
> > "data"
> > directory will be installed to /usr/share/<package> or equivalent.

I feel it is good enough.

> I have to say I really dislike this: I know it's probably "standard", 
> but is ends up spraying files all over the filesystem. It would seem so 
> much more sensible to store files under a common subtree, so that 
> removing Ruby from a system takes no more than an rm -rf. Having used 
> OSX for I while, I guess I'm spoiled, but I'd really much, much rather 
> keep the files local to the Ruby tree.

Just rm -rf ${prefix}/*/ruby.

-- 
Nobu Nakada