Now I really really really don't want this to come off as a snide
slashdot-esque "But there's no Linux support!" remark, but... there's no
Linux support! So, I _am_ interested (and not ignoring your posts) but
I've no readily available windows box to test on... :(

-mike

On Mon, 2001-10-22 at 21:32, Hal E. Fulton wrote:
> I posted this three days ago... forgive my persistence, 
> but I can't believe *no one* is interested in this (in a 
> forum with a high geek quotient such as this one).
> 
> Come on, guys... being able to say "Ruby runs my
> house" is a whole new level of coolness...  ;)
> 
> Original post below.
> 
> Hal
> 
> ============================
> Hello all...
> 
> I'm an enthusiast of a piece of home automation software
> called HomeSeer (www.homeseer.com). Disclaimer: I'm
> unrelated to them except as a customer.
> 
> By default it supports VBscript and Jscript... and people
> have made Perl and Python work.
> 
> With arton's ActiveScriptRuby, I thought it should be 
> possible to get Ruby to work in HS also.
> 
> Rich Helmke (a HomeSeer developer) told me it was
> easy from his end to add Ruby support... he sent me a
> patched version for me to try.
> 
> I installed ASR and ran my patched executable. But I 
> couldn't run a Ruby program within it. No clue why.
> 
> arton (ASR author) was willing to help, but HS won't
> run on a Japanese Windows system.
> 
> Rich @ HS was willing to help, but doesn't know Ruby.
> 
> Anyone interested in looking at this?
> 
> Hal
> 
> 
>