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ActiveScriptRuby 1.8.7(p302) with-winsock2 and tcl-stub

Ruby 1.8.7-p302 headers, binaries, libraries, StarRuby 0.3.3, DXRuby-1.0.9, VRuby080229, VRSWin090207, UConv 0.4.12, Racc 1.4.5, amstd 2.0.0, exerb 5.1.0, rjb 1.2.5(JDK1.6), lhalib 0.8.1, RubyGems 1.3.7, Rake 0.8.7, RScript 1.2.2.0, GRScript 1.2.2.0, zlib.so and zlib1.dll(1.2.3), readline.so and readline.dll(v4.3.2 win32port by Mr. eban Watanabe ), OpenSSL 1.0.0a

RDoc 1.8.7

If you are currently using Windows95, before installing it, consider KB:177719.

ActiveScriptRuby 1.6.8.3

Ruby 1.6.8-p36, Win32OLE 0.5.3, RScript 1.0.9.6 GRScript 1.0.9.6
RubyWin 0.0.4.3 VRSWin030421 VRuby030421 Racc 1.4.3 RDtool 0.6.11
dRuby 1.3.9 BigFloat 1.2.1 OptionParser 0.10.1 forwardable 1.1
uconv 0.4.11 rubyunit 0.5.5

New feature of RScript/GRScript 1.2. is ...

  1. stop support to integrate script element for Internet Explorer. but HTA support and any other IActiveScript interface is still active. Means ASR is not support to respond safe for IObjectSafety now.

New feature of RScript/GRScript 1.2.1 is ...

  1. Now you can connect to any url type of object with ASR.
      account = WIN32OLE.connect('WinNT://domain/account')
      loginProfiles = WIN32OLE.connect("winmgmts:").InstancesOf ("Win32_NetworkLoginProfile")
     
  2. Now ASR support named arguments as original WIN32OLE.
    ASR's new features since 1.1.0
  1. Now you can write global member without object name (but need parenthesis, case sensitive for method call)
     Ok:  <input type="button" onclick="alert('hello')" language="RubyScript">
     Bad:  <input type="button" onclick="Alert('hello')" language="RubyScript">
     
  2. support global member's attributes as global variable. ($ + CaseSensitive name)
    $Attribute = 'foo'
    
  3. Some bugs are fixed, WSF are usable with GlobalRubyScript (not RubyScript)

changes RScript 1.1.0.0 -> 1.1.1.0

  1. see how to handle IObjectWithSite.

changes RScript 1.0.9.4 -> 1.0.9.5

  1. Fix "AddNamed item doesn't release" bug.
  2. Cause, I only checked AddRef/Release pair, and forgot Proxy/Stub's RefCount.

The previous major version is   ActiveScriptRuby 1.8.6-p114
ActiveScriptRuby 1.8.5.6
ActiveScriptRuby 1.8.4.5
ActiveScriptRuby 1.8.2.6
ActiveScriptRuby 1.8.1.3
ActiveScriptRuby 1.8.0.5
ActiveScriptRuby 1.6.6.1

note

ActiveScriptRuby Installation Procedure

  1. If you are currently using Windows2000 or WindowsXP, then skip to the next.
  2. If you have prior version of ActiveScriptRuby MSI package, make sure, please delete it before installing new one. Using Controlpanel App-install applet.
  3. Download All-In-One package from here(about 2.5M).
  4. Then, double-click ActiveScript.MSI from Explorer.
  5. Now, you are ready to start program with Ruby !

ActiveScriptRuby Uninstallation Procedure

  1. Setting-ControlPanel-Application... you may find "ActiveRuby".
  2. Click "Delete"
  3. Done.

Ruby-1.8.6-p36 RDoc for ri

Download from here.
This installer package contains Ruby-1.8.6 RDoc.

Ruby-1.8.6 mswin32 headers and libraries

Download from here.
This installer package contains required headers and libraries to create Ruby-extended library or to create your own Ruby-embeded application.

Ruby-1.6.8 mswin32 headers and libraries

Download from here.
This installer package contains required headers and libraries to create Ruby-extended library or to create your own Ruby-embeded application.

Previous Version of mswin32 headers and libraries

The previous versions are ASRDev 1.8.4 ASRDev 1.6.6 and ASRDev 1.6.5.

Some Pakcage Information

This package contains tcltkutl.dll (Ruby's Expansion Library). It was built with Tcl84.
This package was build with MSVC++6SP6 and Visual Installer 1.1 with SP6 Merge Modules.

Sources

Ruby home page
Win32OLE and RubyWin by Mr.Suketa
You may get ActiveScriptRuby Soruces from Subversion repositry.
Another sources (for example Racc, RDtool etc...) is found on RAA.

Disclaimer Notice

THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTIBILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

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