On Thu, 8 Mar 2001, Furio Filoseta wrote:

> This is something I didn't care for yesterday, but just today someone
> proposed we did some framework classes using Ruby. The problem is, I am not
> aware that it is possible at all to build COM objects with Ruby, or if it is
> possible to bind to a COM+ object with Ruby. I browsed the website, but did
> not see anything about it.
>
> Did I miss it or there isn't a Ruby to COM binding yet ?

You might investigate the WIN32OLE, WIN32OLE_EVENT and WIN32API classes in
the standard distribution. With COM's descent from OLE it may be possible
to rewrite the first two to provide COM support more easily than using
WIN32API to call into the COM DLLs.

Jonathan Conway