I am a consultant and the author of 24 books on artificial intelligence, machine learning, and the semantic web. I use this blog to share ideas and code snippets using my favorite languages: Java, Haskell, Python, Common Lisp, and Ruby.
Friday, March 07, 2008
Ruby becoming a first class language on Mac OS X
Good news: Apple is supporting Ruby 1.9 using the Objective C runtime. This mainly to support building native Mac applications but this will eventually be good for other more general purpose Ruby development on Macs. Very cool since both Objective C and Ruby have their roots in Smalltalk.