First things first: there’s an ActiveRuby?! Well, not that noone saw it
or anything. Actually, took ActiveState bloody long now that I think of
Still, this is the first time I saw it mentioned at all.
DÅ?a Pondelok 20 FebruÃ¡r 2006 11:06 Joey S. Eisma napÃsal:
as the subject goes, what’s the difference of ActiveRuby and “regular”
Ruby install? on windows, ActiveRuby defaults to C:\program files, while
“regular” ruby on c:\ruby.
I suppose very little. ActiveState tends to bundle some extra
stuff along with its language distribution. Like the wsh integration,
possibly some other libs too. IIRC, their Python distro also had quite a
of extra documentation bundled with it.
do i need both if i use ruby as wsh script and doing “regular”
I doubt it. Whatever floats your boat, I say. I’d personally stick with
one myself to avoid version mixup lossage, even if that’s somewhat