On Mar 16, 10:05  ⮮
> On Mar 16, 9:53   쮮
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> > On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 3:37 PM, kpkilb... / gmail.com> wrote:
> > > I'm trying to install FXRuby, which apparently requires Fox to be
> > > installed first, in order to run a Ruby program called IFMapper.
>
> > > I'm running Mac OS X 10.5.6 and installed Ruby (though it does come
> > > with the OS, so I'm not sure if that messed something up).
>
> > The easiest way to do it if you're using the built-in Ruby that comes
> > with Leopard is to install the precompiled binary gem for OS X. I'm
> > fairly sure that Apple also includes RubyGems with their Ruby
> > distribution, but you can check by typing:
>
> > gem --version
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> > If you don't have RubyGems installed, go take care of that first. Once
> > it's set up, install the FXRuby gem for OS X:
>
> > sudo gem fxruby
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> > And that should do the trick.
>
> > Hope this helps,
>
> > Lyle
>
> Thanks for the help.       
> install Fox first because FXRuby relies on it (or maybe it's just the
> IFMapper that needs it?). I saw it somewhere that I needed it, but
> can't find it now.

Sorry, I wasn't clear in the first post.  That is actually Fox I'm
trying to install prior to FXRuby.