I had the same problem. Thankfully there is a copy of Ruby for OS/X in 
the RAA. Have you tried that out yet?


On Tuesday, May 29, 2001, at 01:41 PM, Nathan Wilkes wrote:

> I am trying to compile ruby-1.6.3 in OSX, and at the end of the make I
> get:
>
> compiling curses
> cc -g -O2 -pipe -no-precomp  -I/Applications/ruby-1.6.3
> -I/Applications/ruby-1.6.3 -I/usr/local/include -DHAVE_WDELETELN  -c
> curses.c
> curses.c: In function `window_maxy':
> curses.c:581: structure has no member named `_maxy'
> curses.c: In function `window_maxx':
> curses.c:602: structure has no member named `_maxx'
> curses.c: In function `window_begy':
> curses.c:620: structure has no member named `_begy'
> curses.c: In function `window_begx':
> curses.c:637: structure has no member named `_begx'
> make[1]: *** [curses.o] Error 1
>
> Any suggestions?  My OSX experience is limited.
>
> [But no problems on my OpenBSD box, so began learning Ruby last night!
>  :-)   ]
>
> Many thanks in advance!
>
>
> -- Nathan Wilkes
>
> brennansdad / mac.com
>