On Thu, 6 Jan 2005 15:32:38 +0900, Trevor Andrade
<trevor.andrade / utoronto.ca> wrote:
> Now the main reason I can't use ruby or justify recommending ruby to others
> is that Ruby's libraries are just not as comprehensive as python's.  Ruby
> needs to have better libraries and more applications to become more popular.
> But to have bigger libraries it needs to be more popular so that it can
> attract the programmers to write them.  The only was to get out of this
> catch-22 is just to wait a long time and hope for a critical mass or write
> something that is used by a lot of people and is written in Ruby.  I think
> Rails is an app that has the potential to make people look at Ruby.  It is a
> visible project that a lot of people are finding out about it.

So ... what's missing, from your perspective?

-austin
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