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On Sun, Jun 15, 2003 at 12:45:54PM +0900, Hajime Inoue wrote:
> I've seen previous messages that imply that Ruby can be built on
> IA-64, at least on AIX.  Can it be built for Linux?  And if it can be,
> does it use a 64 bit address space?

I didn't know that AIX ran on IA-64.

I guess that if you can install Ruby in one Unix flavour on IA-64, it 
should install fine on Linux.

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