>From: "NAKAMURA, Hiroshi" <nakahiro / sarion.co.jp>
    >http://blade.nagaokaut.ac.jp/cgi-bin/scat.rb/ruby/ruby-list/22435
    >I would like to thank to Mr. Koyama Hideo who did it as soon as I requested.

Wow, thanks.  I'll give it a look.

    >> Hmm. Is either more "official" than the other? (more widely used,
    >> more mature, better supported, etc.)?
    >
    >I think both 'eruby' and 'erb' are enough mature and well supported by the authors.
    >Different from its early versions, 'eruby' now are packed with 'mod_ruby'.

For web usage, would it be reasonable to only document the eruby 
as shipped with mod_ruby, and mention that other, freestanding
implementations of eruby exist as well?  Or is there a need to 
document them separately?

/\ndy