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> If there were a standard set of commands as widely understood as
> "./configure" "make" "make install", then there would be no need for a
> CPAN-alike repository and build and test system -- wget and a shell
> would be all that is needed, and a very simplistic tool to search the
> RAA, download the package and execute the standard commands would be
> very easy to create.

It was easy, and it's called raa-install. It works just as you
described:
http://raa.ruby-lang.org/list.rhtml?name=3Draainstall
http://www.rubygarden.org/ruby?QuickGuideToRaaInstall

-Tom

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