> > Run win32/configure.bat as you did at first.
> >
> >   C> \PATH\TO\RUBY\SRC\win32\configure.bat
> >   Creating Makefile
> >   Creating config.h
> >   Creating config.status
> >   type `nmake' to make ruby for mswin32.

When I run configure.bat, it doesn't make config.h. And that's what has all
the 1.7 values in it, instead of 1.8. Do I have the right configure.bat
(says it's dated Mar 19 2003 from cvs).

S:\ruby-cvs\ruby\win32>configure
Creating Makefile
type `NMAKE' to make ruby for mswin32.

S:\ruby-cvs\ruby\win32>more configure.bat
@echo off
::: Don't set environment variable in batch file other than autoexec.bat
::: to avoid "Out of environment space" problem on Windows 95/98.
::: set TMPMAKE=~tmp~.mak

echo> ~tmp~.mak ####
echo>> ~tmp~.mak conf = %0
echo>> ~tmp~.mak $(conf:\=/): nul
echo>> ~tmp~.mak        @del ~tmp~.mak
echo>> ~tmp~.mak        @-$(MAKE) -l$(MAKEFLAGS) -f $(@D)/setup.mak \
:loop
if "%1" == "" goto :end
if "%1" == "--srcdir" goto :srcdir
if "%1" == "srcdir" goto :srcdir
if "%1" == "--target" goto :target
if "%1" == "target" goto :target
  echo>> ~tmp~.mak      "%1" \
  shift
goto :loop
:srcdir
  echo>> ~tmp~.mak      "srcdir=%2" \
  shift
  shift
goto :loop
:target
  echo>> ~tmp~.mak      "%2" \
  shift
  shift
goto :loop
:end
echo>> ~tmp~.mak        WIN32DIR=$(@D)
nmake -alf ~tmp~.mak