It does not look like BCC32 has the correct configure files. It will 
compile Ruby.exe but does not for some reason generate files like 
strscan.so which should appear in the lib/1.8/i386-bcc32 (i think thats 
correct, its somewhere in lib anyway). A simple helloworld will run, but 
anything more and strscan gets used.

If I copy strscan from a pre-compiled version (I think which uses Visual 
C) I get an error about not being able to find init__strscan.


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