Stable *source* RPM for Ruby?

Is there a source RPM for the latest stable Ruby somewhere on the
Internet? A quick check of Google didn’t turn anything up, and I didn’t
see it on the new web site either. I need the source RPM; I have found
binary RPMs but they are of no use for what I am doing. Thanks!

On 10/10/06, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky [email protected] wrote:

Is there a source RPM for the latest stable Ruby somewhere on the
Internet? A quick check of Google didn’t turn anything up, and I didn’t
see it on the new web site either. I need the source RPM; I have found
binary RPMs but they are of no use for what I am doing. Thanks!

rpmfind.net shows 1.8.5 in FC6 development and in mandriva cooker.

On Tue, 2006-10-10 at 23:54 +0900, Jan S. wrote:

On 10/10/06, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky [email protected] wrote:

Is there a source RPM for the latest stable Ruby somewhere on the
Internet? A quick check of Google didn’t turn anything up, and I didn’t
see it on the new web site either. I need the source RPM; I have found
binary RPMs but they are of no use for what I am doing. Thanks!

rpmfind.net shows 1.8.5 in FC6 development and in mandriva cooker.

PLD has one, though it’s pretty PLDish.

Aredridel wrote:

I also found a rather complete collection in openSuse:

http://software.opensuse.org/download/ruby/SuSE_Linux_10.1/src/

I was hoping for something “Fedora/RHEL” like, since the target system
is CentOS 4, but I think any of these will work. Thanks!

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