I want to try out Ruby 1.9, but don't want to go whole hog since I have
a lot of programs that run just fine with 1.8.  I also use RMagick,
which seems not to work with 1.9 yet.

Can I have both versions of Ruby installed in the Windows environment,
but have 1.8 be the default for running Ruby programs?  Are there any
tricks or tips for doing this?  I'm worried about conflict/errors that
may arise.

--Alex DeCaria
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