Hello,

RubyCocoa 0.2.0 was released. Changes from 0.1.3:

  * The role of OSX::OCObject became a stagehand
  * A Cocoa class is defined as a Ruby class
  * OSX::OCObject#ib_loadable is obsolete
  * definition of the Cocoa's inherited class may be applied by the
    same method as the definition of the inherited class of Ruby
  * make directory "lib/osx/objc" for the location of Ruby side
    libraries
  * rename Objective-C side library "osxobjc" to "osx_objc"
  * add the References document
  * description about a class definition was added to "Using RubyCocoa"

Although it is not compatible with 0.1.x about the inherited class of
Cocoa, it is changed in the more intelligible direction. Since it
added to the document about the class definition, please check
together with samples.


== What's RubyCocoa ?

RubyCocoa is libraries and framework for using Cocoa Objects on MacOS
X in Ruby scripts. You can use RubyCocoa for:

  * using Cocoa objects in Ruby Script.
  * writing Cocoa application by Ruby.

Suitable to use RubyCocoa:

  * Action check of Cocoa object
  * Simple prototyping of Cocoa Application
  * Wrapping simple OSX GUI for Ruby script

Available from:

http://www.imasy.or.jp/~hisa/mac/rubycocoa/

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FUJIMOTO Hisakuni