Ruby is an interpreted object-oriented language that has borrowed much of its syntax from Eiffel (LanguageEiffel) and Ada, and its thinking from SmallTalk. http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/index.html
A version of Ruby for Apache exists: mod_ruby, which enables you to serve Ruby pages, similar to mod_perl, PHP, or ASP.
RubyCocoa combines Ruby and Cocoa.
rb-appscript [http://rb-appscript.rubyforge.org] allows Ruby to control scriptable applications in place of AppleScript.
Has anyone got the RubyCocoa Tiger installer to work correctly?
Does anyone know which version of Mac OS X first shipped with Ruby installed?
According to this page… http://rubygarden.org/ruby?RubyOnMacintosh
10.2: Ruby 1.6.7
10.3: Ruby 1.6.8
10.4: Ruby 1.8.2
Strictly speaking, isn’t that LexicalClosure**’s rather than coroutines?
I think so - coroutines aren’t supported natively by languages these days. I’ve changed the text. See also http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coroutine
I do not know Ruby, but I would be wary about changing this if you don’t know. Python, for example, definitely does natively support coroutines, in the form of the “yield” statement.
Ruby also supports coroutines through the yield mechanism.
In answer to the earlier question, I have gotten the tiger version of ruby to work. I believe my commands at RubyCocoaTutorial still download and install the latest version. Though covered in grammatical errors, I’d say it’s pretty nice :> - Ross Leonardy