[MacRuby-devel] MacRuby promise delivered

Matt Aimonetti mattaimonetti at gmail.com
Tue Nov 15 12:04:22 PST 2011

This is great Jean-Denis, thanks a lot.
A few notes, if you look at:
You don't need to end your lines of code by a semi colon and when using
puts, a return carriage is automatically used (use print if you don't want
that behavior).

- Matt

On Tue, Nov 15, 2011 at 3:01 PM, Jean-Denis MUYS <jdmuys at kleegroup.com>wrote:

> Following up on my Friday suggestion, I am happy to announce that I
> implemented a first version a Xcode MacRuby projects that dynamically
> reloads Ruby source code into a running application, allowing for a very
> dynamic incremental programming style.
> go to https://github.com/jdmuys/MacRubyReload to download the project.
> The ReadMe.markDown text file gives full instructions.
> Hopefully MacRuby Xcode templates can evolve to automatically provide a
> similar facility.
> This is all very simple and very primitive. There is a lot of room for
> improvement. I also apologize for my Ruby style: I probably haven't written
> more than 100 or so lines of Ruby code overall yet.
> I hope this gets the ball rolling.
> Jean-Denis
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