RubyCocoa and DarwinPorts Ruby?


#1

Can anyone point me to potential problems with setting up a RubyCocoa
Framework if Ruby has been installed with DarwinPorts and thus resides
in /opt/local?

All comments welcome
john


#2

The easy way is to install RubyCocoa from DarwinPorts as well. The
port name is rb-cocoa.

Jim


#3

Jim,

Your a gem!

The hardest part about DarwinPorts is finding a given package in the
port
name list. I guess rb-cocoa is not that far off, compared to some, but
thanks for the pointer.

If I do such does it install all the examples and framework templetes
in /opt/local? … and does X Code now know where to find them?

Peace
john


#4

The /Developer stuff will still go to /Developer. XCode seems happy
enough.

Jim


#5

On Mon, 27 Feb 2006 12:58:35 +0900, John N. Alegre wrote:

The hardest part about DarwinPorts is finding a given package in the
port name list. I guess rb-cocoa is not that far off, compared to some,
but thanks for the pointer.

There’s a file called PortIndex that contains the summaries of all the
ports. You could try grepping this. I found mine in:

/opt/local/var/db/dports/sources/rsync.rsync.darwinports.org_dpupdate_dports

If I do such does it install all the examples and framework templetes in
/opt/local? … and does X Code now know where to find them?

I haven’t tried the DP ruby cocoa, but I suspect the framework and
examples go in their normal places (/Library/Frameworks and
/Developer/…).

Please visit the RubyCocoa mailing list for more info:

http://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=44114

Cheers,
Jonathan