I am honored to announce the immediate release of RubyCocoa 1.0.2.
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 learn more about RubyCocoa on our website:
A source tarball as well as binary installers for Mac OS X 10.7 and
10.6 are provided.
This is mostly a bugs fix release, some critical issues on Lion or x86_64.
Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) and Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard), are as you
can see supported by this release. Installing this release using the
binary installer or manually with the default build parameters won't
override the system version of RubyCocoa that ships with Mac OS X,
it will go in /Library while the system version is in /System.
The release notes are following. Enjoy!
== Changes 1.0.2 from 1.0.1: 2011-09-02
* OSX.load_plist() accepts binary format plist data.
* Fixed SEGV at working with NSData or Ruby byte string.
* Fixed some opaque becomes ABRecordRef.
* Fixed build error with install.rb.
* Fixed SEGV passing/getting small C struct contains C array,
such as NSDecimal.