Well, being open source, I haven't heard of a system that it doesn't 
support.
That's not to say that such a thing doesn't exist, but the supported  
platforms list for FXRuby
is certainly greater than that of MoonEdit's.

-Shalev

On Feb 22, 2005, at 10:28 PM, Curt Hibbs wrote:

> Shalev NessAiver wrote:
>>
>> No moonedit! Moonedit is not very cross-platform despite the authors
>> claims to the contrary.
>> So far all he has is binaries (no source code) for Linux, FreeBSD, and
>> Windows on x86 platforms.
>> What about us PPC (or other Archs/Systems) users?
>>
>> Anyway, it sounds like it was a suggestion to be incorporated into the
>> FreeRide project.
>>
>> I just wanted to raise a point that we should always try to support as
>> many platforms as possible.
>
> Doing it as a FreeRIDE plugin is definitely possible. But if you are 
> mainly
> concerned about the number of platforms/architectures that can be 
> support,
> you should first look at what FXRuby/Fox supports (since that is what
> FreeRIDE uses for its GUI). If FXRuby runs everywhere that you want, 
> then
> FreeRIDE is a viable option.
>
> Curt
>
>