On 5/23/06, Enterprise Astronaut <enterpriseastro / enterprise.ch> wrote:
> I understand projects like the Ruby Installer for Windows exists, but
> what I'm wondering is:
>
> Why not have AllInOneRuby with gems embedded into it call a gem that has
> the Ruby bits and a local copy of Ruby and then follow up with Gems.
> From there your home free, correct?  You could even just to get going
> have the AllInOneRuby installer simply do a wget and pull down the Ruby
> bits and put them into a folder and set the path.  Eventually it would
> seem though pulling down the actual Ruby bits in a gem is the "Ruby" way
> to do this.

Because it'd be a waste. Better would be to have people actually
volunteer to help Curt keep the release up to date.

-austin
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