In article <20050326204320.276549%00000000 / i.nifty.jp>,
kimura wataru  <kimuraw / i.nifty.jp> wrote:
>RubyCocoa 0.4.1 was released!
>
>   http://rubycocoa.sourceforge.net/
>   (The web site have been moved from http://www.fobj.com/rubycocoa/)
>
>The '.pkg' binary packages are available for Mac OS X 10.3/10.2.  
>All of framework, library, documents, samples and Xcode/ProjectBuilder 
>templates are contained in the package. These items will be installed 
>into the appropriate place. It is available to start of RubyCocoa 
>programming or use of RubyCocoa application immediately.
>
>
>== Changes from 0.4.0
>
>  * enable bundling RubyCocoa.framework within an application bundle   
>
>
>    Change a build configration of RubyCocoa.framework project, to 
>    execute a RubyCocoa application on the environment which is not 
>    installed RubyCocoa. It allows that RubyCocoa application itself 
>    bundles with RubyCocoa.framework.
>
>  * Mac OS X 10.3 and Xcode supported
>                                                                       
>
>
>== What's RubyCocoa?
>
>  RubyCocoa is a Mac OS X framework that allows Cocoa programming in
>  the Object-Oriented Scripting Language Ruby.
>
>  RubyCocoa allows writing a Cocoa application in Ruby.  It allows
>  creating and using a Cocoa object in a Ruby script.  In Cocoa
>  application, mixture of program written by both Ruby and Objective-C
>  is possible.
>
>  Some cases using RubyCocoa:
>
>    * Exploration of a Cocoa object's feature with 'irb' interactively
>    * Prototyping of a Cocoa application
>    * Cocoa application that include good feature of Ruby and Objective-C
>    * Wrapping Mac OS X native GUI for Ruby script
>

Thanks.  

Will this work with Ruby 1.8.2?

Phil