In article <9605s7$7qu$1 / newsreaderm1.core.theplanet.net>,
Franz GEIGER <fgeiger / datec.at> wrote:
>Tcl/Tk goes ActiveSTATE (see below). Shouldn't Ruby go ActiveSTATE too? Perl
>and Python are already there. Wouldn't it be a real push for Ruby's
>popularity? And think of Komodo! An IDE for Ruby, with a visual debugger!
>Any plans about this?
>

So, how do we convince ActiveState to make ActiveState Ruby?

>
>To ensure that existing Tcl customers get the support and products they
>require, ActiveState would like to learn what your requirements are. Please
>contact Jeffrey Hobbs <JeffH / ActiveState.com> for more information about
>ActiveState's future offerings.

Well, here's an email address for a contact at ActiveState.  Maybe a few 
polite requests...

Phil