[MacRuby-devel] Renaming the MacRuby project
jfahrenkrug at gmail.com
Sun Apr 3 10:33:02 PDT 2011
I like the name MacRuby :)
NSObject is also still called NSObject although NeXTStep hasn't been
around for a long time.
On Sun, Apr 3, 2011 at 6:52 PM, Bryan Harrison <bryan at bryanharrison.com> wrote:
> What, no iRuby?
> On Apr 3, 2011, at 3:46 AM, Ben Rimmington wrote:
>> I'm an iOS developer, and I haven't tried MacRuby yet, but it appears to be a good alternative to Objective-C.
>> Assuming that MacRuby will be used on iOS devices in the future, perhaps the framework (and project) should be renamed before the v1.0 release. Some alternatives are:
>> * AppleRuby.framework
>> * CoreRuby.framework
>> * HotRuby.framework (if HotCocoa is popular)
>> * Ruby.framework (in Versions/?? subfolder)
>> * RubyBridge.framework
>> * RubyCocoa.framework (in Versions/B subfolder)
>> * RubyFoundation.framework
>> * RubyKit.framework
>> Since you've recently moved to GitHub, and your "MacRuby: The Definitive Guide" book is probably nearing completion, I don't think this is likely to happen. But I thought it was worth suggesting, because choosing to rename after v1.0 (e.g. "iPhone OS 3.x" to "iOS 4") is worse.
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