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Robert Feldt (feldt / ce.chalmers.se) wrote:

> Eric Hodel <drbrain / segment7.net> skrev den Thu, 31 Jul 2003 08:18:15 - 
> 0700:
> 
> >>My plan is to get it working as I want with the C back-ends and then
> >>translate the necessary parts to Ruby. Having a pure Ruby one is
> >>essential yes.
> >
> >Well if you aren't in too big of a hurry, there's a pure Ruby Coco/R
> >port coming out RSN (hopefully next tuesday).
> >
> Is this a new port or are you referring to the Coco/Rb in RAA?

The Coco/Rb in the RAA is a wrapper of Coco/R in C.  This is a new port
that will be pure ruby.

> Ps. What is "RSN"?

"Real Soon Now" we're close, but don't have a definite release date.

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