The simplest way to get 1.9 sources?


#1

Hi all.

What is the simplest way to get 1.9 sources? I’ve already downloaded
binaries, but they was compiled with old versions of visual c++ (so I
can’t
compile my extensions with my visual c++ 7.1).

I have no CVS client and I don’t very happy to download/install it for
only
single download. If somebody can point me URL where 1.9 sources tarball
can
be given (or send me such tarball by e-mail), I would very grateful.

Thanks.

Victor.


#2

Victor S. wrote:

Hi all.

What is the simplest way to get 1.9 sources? I’ve already downloaded
binaries, but they was compiled with old versions of visual c++ (so I can’t
compile my extensions with my visual c++ 7.1).

I have no CVS client and I don’t very happy to download/install it for only
single download. If somebody can point me URL where 1.9 sources tarball can
be given (or send me such tarball by e-mail), I would very grateful.

here’s one source:

http://mirrors.ibiblio.org/pub/mirrors/ruby/


#3

only

single download. If somebody can point me URL where 1.9 sources tarball
can
be given (or send me such tarball by e-mail), I would very grateful.

here’s one source:

http://mirrors.ibiblio.org/pub/mirrors/ruby/

Thanks, Joel.

Victor.