At 07 Nov 2002 04:18:15 +0900,
canyonrat / mac.c wrote:
> 
> On Wednesday, November 6, 2002, at 11:25 AM, Damon wrote:
> 
> > Thanks, I think most peoople take this approach as well:  Use fink to
> > re-install ruby in /sw along with any additional libraries, thus
> > ignoring the native OS X installation of ruby.  I think this would
> > work fine, except for a few programs such as RubyCocoa which is
> > distributed via a .dmg file rather than fink, and insists upon
> > installing into /usr/lib.
> 
> Good point. I'll send a note to the fink maintainers asking them to 
> include RubyCocoa and RubyAEOSA.

I intend to release next version 0.4 of RubyCocoa for less than
about 2 weeks. RubyCocoa 0.4 is changed from 0.3 a lot. So wait
till then please.

In RubyCocoa 0.4, RubyCocoa.framework will include the libruby
itself and most of existing RubyCocoa codes.

thanks,
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FUJIMOTO Hisakuni