Dan Benjamin has provided comprehensive compilation instructions to the Mac community for awhile now, but the latest one just doesn’t quite do it. If we want a build that’s as solid as Leopard’s built-in Ruby, we need to patch it for RubyCocoa:
You should be good to go.
If things hiccup on Readline…
…you’ll need Readline in your local path. To install it:
Change the Ruby configuration line appropriately:
To get RubyCocoa up and running again, just check out the source, and install:
And finally, make sure it all worked:
% irb >> require "rubycocoa" => true
Phew! We can use autotest with Growl again!