On Wed, Nov 10, 2004 at 04:21:22AM +0900, Curt Hibbs wrote:
> Bradley, Todd wrote:
> >
> > > The reason for including FreeRIDE is because it helps
> > > newcomers (especially those that are IDE centric). Its both
> > > comforting and useful to have that source-code navigation
> > > pane that lets you see and navigate a file by
> > > module/class/method. And many people prefer to have an
> > > integrated GUI debugger. Of course, there are others who
> > > appreciate these features as well (for those that prefer just
> > > an editor, there is SciTE).
> >
> > As one of the "newcomers" you speak of, I have to
> > agree with you.  I'm learning Ruby on Windows.  Since
> > Windows is generally inferior to Unix for code develop-
> > ment, I really appreciate having both SciTE and FreeRIDE.
> > I've been using SciTE exclusively once I started finding
> > disturbing limitations in FreeRIDE.
> 
> I'd really like to know more about the limitations that moved you off of
> FreeRIDE. Some of them may have been fixed in FreeRIDE 0.8.0 (which is *not*
> in the installer -- its at 0.7.0) and some may be on the ToDo list. But most
> importantly, I would like to get anything else onto FreeRIDE's bug-list or
> feature-request list.
> 
> > Thanks for making the one-click Windows installer, and
> > thanks for including SciTE with it.  It's made my own
> > adoption of Ruby that much easier.
> 
> That's really gratifying to hear! Thanks.
> 
> Amazingly (to me anyway), the One-Click Installer for Windows has averaged
> nearly 150 downloads a day for  most of this year, and I often wonder who is
> using, and how its working out. Of course, I always hear about the problems,
> but its nice to hear from happy campers as well!  :-)

Speaking of downloads, I tried to download the installer (probably
shortly afret it was released) and my Azureus could not find a usable
source. So I went ahead and got it the old way using http.

It probably takes some days before the torrent propagates enough.

Is there a mirroring script one could use to mirror torrents
automagically?

Thanks

Michal Suchanek