Hi, We are pleased to announce RubyCocoa 0.10.1 Developer Preview, which is a very quick bugfixes release for 0.10.0. Users who installed 0.10.0 are encouraged to upgrade to this release. RubyCocoa is a Mac OS X framework that allows Cocoa programming in the object-oriented scripting language Ruby. In other words, it is a bridge that let you access Objective-C objects from Ruby, and vice-versa. You can get more details about RubyCocoa 0.10.0, such as the description of the changes against the stable branch and pointers to the binary installer and source release tarball, at the following location: http://rubycocoa.sourceforge.net/doc/unstable/ Please notice that this is still a developer preview of RubyCocoa. You should not use it for real-world deployments. It is delivered to you only for testing purposes. Please also visit the following web sites to get more general information about RubyCocoa: http://rubycocoa.sourceforge.net http://rubycocoa.com Following are the releases notes. Enjoy! Bugfixes: - Fixed a bug when overriding methods in a class that has not been imported yet, by making sure the methods will be binded to the right classes ; - Fixed a bug when using #objc_send to reach a method without argument ; - Fixed a bug when importing classes within modules when the OSX module is mixed in the top-level object ; - Fixed bugs to allow #ns_import and #require_framework to be called when the OSX module is mixed in the top-level object.
on 2007-01-09 15:39