Building Ruby as a framework on OS X

Hello,

Does anyone know how to build Ruby as a framework on OS X? Downloading
the source and running configure --help does not yield any
“–enable-framework” flags, which is what I was looking for. Python and
Tcl have these types of flags. I haven’t been able to turn up anything
similar for Ruby.

I know it can be built as a framework; Apple has Ruby installed in
/System/Library/Frameworks/Ruby.framework; but I’d like to do it myself
and run it from /Library/Frameworks.

–Kevin

Kevin W. wrote:

Does anyone know how to build Ruby as a framework on OS X? Downloading
the source and running configure --help does not yield any
“–enable-framework” flags, which is what I was looking for. Python and
Tcl have these types of flags. I haven’t been able to turn up anything
similar for Ruby.

You could try asking Laurent S. (lsansonetti at apple com) -
he’s responsible for the Ruby support in OS X.

HTH

has

On 30.12.2008, at 23:34, Kevin W. wrote:

Does anyone know how to build Ruby as a framework on OS X?

Maybe macruby match your needs: http://www.macruby.org

regards, Sandor
Szücs

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