On Thu, Jun 12, 2003 at 08:22:30PM +0900, Andrew Walrond wrote:
> Understanding dawns. I'm very new to ruby (a few weeks) so haven't got a 
> broad background in the lists yet.

Didn't mean to sound like RTFML (read ... mailing list) ;-)
 
IMHO, if there's 2 *big* projects that could potentially boost Ruby's
use and appreciation, they're
 * Rite (Ruby 2.0)
 * RAA.succ

I find Rite to be "technologically more exciting", but RAA.succ is
probably even more important.

> They may be some considerable crossover here, but better to play with 
                                                    ===================
> rubyx a while and draw your own conclusions 
  =============

Sure, just tell us where to get it :-)

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