RubyCocoa 0.4 was released

RubyCocoa is a Mac OS X framework that allows Cocoa programming in the Object-Oriented Scripting Language Ruby. RubyCocoa allows writing a Cocoa application in Ruby. It allows creating and using a Cocoa object in a Ruby script. In Cocoa application, mixture of program written by both Ruby and Objective-C is possible.

RubyCocoa 0.4.0 was released!

http://www.imasy.or.jp/~hisa/mac/rubycocoa/
http://rubycocoa.sourceforge.net/

Changes from 0.3.2
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* Ruby 1.8 supported
* revive RubyCocoa.framework
* rename the extended library and move the library

The '.pkg' binary package is available for Mac OS X 10.2. All of framework, library, documents, samples and ProejctBuilder templates are contained in the package. These items will be installed into the appropriate place. It is available to start of RubyCocoa programming or use of RubyCocoa application immediately.

What's RubyCocoa?
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RubyCocoa is a Mac OS X framework that allows Cocoa programming in the Object-Oriented Scripting Language Ruby.

RubyCocoa allows writing a Cocoa application in Ruby. It allows creating and using a Cocoa object in a Ruby script. In Cocoa application, mixture of program written by both Ruby and Objective-C is possible.

Some cases using RubyCocoa:

* Exploration of a Cocoa object's feature with 'irb' interactively
* Prototyping of a Cocoa application
* Cocoa application that include good feature of Ruby and Objective-C
* Wrapping Mac OS X native GUI for Ruby script

Posted by Fujimoto Hisa 2002-12-30

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