On 9/17/05, Yuichi Yoshida <oxy / kmc.gr.jp> wrote:
> Hi. I've released RType 0.2 today.
> RType is another Ruby interpreter written in Haskell.
> 
> Now, RType can imitate
> 
> * all kind of variables
> * [Integer, String, Fixnum, Regexp].each
> * class and method definition
> * if unless while until case
> * yield, block
> * exception (begin ~ rescue ~ end and raise)
> 
> You can download RType from the following web site.
> 
>  * http://mono.kmc.gr.jp/~oxy/hiki.cgi?rtype_en
> 
> RType requires ghc >= 6.4, and it's little hard to install.
> So, the binary package is also provided (for Linux i386).
> 
>  * http://mono.kmc.gr.jp/~oxy/archive/rtype-bin-0.2.0.gz
> ----
> YOSHIDA, Yuichi
> oxy / kmc.gr.jp
> http://mono.kmc.gr.jp/~oxy/
> 
> 

Excellent! It seems to work for me. This is very interesting. What are
the plans for this project? Do you plan on supporting a Ruby style
license at some point?

You also mention that RType is _another_ Ruby interpreter written
using Haskell. Which would be the other one?

Thanks,
Brian.