Importing Ruby-Lang into Xcode

How do i Import an Existing Non-Xcode Project Into Xcode, specifically
Ruby so I can work on some bugs?

On Wed, Nov 2, 2011 at 7:14 PM, Dustin E. [email protected] wrote:

How do i Import an Existing Non-Xcode Project Into Xcode, specifically
Ruby so I can work on some bugs?

I think the XCode M.ual could tell you. :slight_smile:

There should be a setting similar to “Project from existing source”
when you create a new project within XCode, however.


Phillip G.

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A method of solution is perfect if we can forsee from the start,
and even prove, that following that method we shall attain our aim.
– Leibniz

In Xcode4, none that i see. There’s import files to an existing project
with a target, but that’s about it.

Do are people using to develop Ruby -Lang with, Eclipse?

Phillip G. wrote in post #1029800:

On Wed, Nov 2, 2011 at 7:14 PM, Dustin E. [email protected] wrote:

How do i Import an Existing Non-Xcode Project Into Xcode, specifically
Ruby so I can work on some bugs?

I think the XCode M.ual could tell you. :slight_smile:

There should be a setting similar to “Project from existing source”
when you create a new project within XCode, however.


Phillip G.

gplus.to/phgaw | twitter.com/phgaw

A method of solution is perfect if we can forsee from the start,
and even prove, that following that method we shall attain our aim.
– Leibniz

The ones I know use vim.

Steve K. wrote in post #1029809:

The ones I know use vim.

A lot of the Mac screencasts I’ve seen use TextMate.

Steve K. wrote in post #1029809:

The ones I know use vim.

MacVim I bet. Still, it’d be really hard to jump around to different
directories for such a large project.

What mac screencasts, Prag Bookshelf? Textmate seems like the easy setup
to write C code, but Ruby-Lang is a large project a Textmate and I’d
assume MacVim would fall down or be hard to use. That’s my guess.

Brian C. wrote in post #1029826:

Steve K. wrote in post #1029809:

The ones I know use vim.

A lot of the Mac screencasts I’ve seen use TextMate.

Dustin E. wrote in post #1029830:

What mac screencasts, Prag Bookshelf?

Railscasts for sure, maybe others.

Textmate seems like the easy setup
to write C code, but Ruby-Lang is a large project

Ah, I get it, something to edit the source code for the MRI ruby
interpreter? As C projects go I’d say it’s no more than medium-sized.
After all, it’s just a bunch of small text files.

$ du -sck $(find /v/build/ruby-1.9.2-p0/ -name ‘*.[ch]’) | tail -1
24472 total

The OVERALL consensus is MacVIM among those queried else where.

Dustin E. wrote in post #1029788:

How do i Import an Existing Non-Xcode Project Into Xcode, specifically
Ruby so I can work on some bugs?

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