Hi,

At Fri, 14 May 2004 12:33:49 +0900,
daz wrote in [ruby-talk:100233]:
> I distributed a dll made to run with Ruby 1.6 -> 1.9 on
> Windows only called ___.so and in the FAQ is:
>   1) "There's no dll in the zip file."

There should be msvcrt-ruby19.dll :-)

Actually, suffixes are not important for Windows kernel itself,
just userland programs (Exporler, cmd.exe, etc) mind them.  So
you can execute viruses have non-.exe suffixes.

-- 
Nobu Nakada