Using RubyInline and RubyToC in windows?

Is anyone out here using RubyInline and RubyToC in windows?
I’m trying to get it working with MingW.

I’ve made a few attempts, made some system variables, all to no avail.

I got them both via rubygems.

To start simple, what needs doing to get ruby inline working on it’s
lonesome? I’ve added gcc to the path, made home and inlinedir
variables, but it still won’t even work with the most basic example of
inline.
I’m not sure where to point the inlinedir really, so I’ve tried
pointing it to first the rubyinline directory, and then later to gcc’s
path. No dice.

Or what about getting just ruby2c working in windows? I’d like to get
both working really.

Thanks,
Kyle

On Fri, 4 May 2007, Kyle S. wrote:

inline.
I’m not sure where to point the inlinedir really, so I’ve tried
pointing it to first the rubyinline directory, and then later to gcc’s
path. No dice.

Or what about getting just ruby2c working in windows? I’d like to get
both working really.

Thanks,
Kyle

did you compile ruby yourself under mingw?

-a

No, I used the one click installer…

–Kyle

On Friday 04 May 2007 14:53, Kyle S. wrote:

No, I used the one click installer…

–Kyle

in zenspider blog there’s something about problems running ruby2c on
windows -
but well i failed to run ruby2c on ubuntu and debian etch :confused:

no reply from autors :confused:

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