On Aug 16, 2006, at 9:22 AM, Matt Todd wrote:

> So, I just installed RubyCocoa on my OS X machine here at work. Just
> thought I'd relay some keys to getting things to work:
>
> * The easiest way to install RubyCocoa (on 10.4) is to use
> DarwinPorts. The automatic installer does NOT work.
>
> * RubyCocoa requires the Ruby version that comes with OS X, so if
> you've compiled your own version (etc), which will probably end up in
> /usr/local/bin/, make sure you use /usr/bin/ruby or /usr/bin/irb for
> doing your RubyCocoa apps.

I followed the build instructions on the rubycocoa website and it  
worked fine against my own hand-built ruby. I don't use DP for  
anything ruby-related.

> * RubyCocoa is fun! :D

agreed.