[redland-dev] First steps to compile RedLand in XP
John C Barstow
jbowtie at amathaine.com
Tue Apr 18 10:14:16 BST 2006
On Sun, 2006-04-16 at 14:10 +0200, Damaris Fuentes wrote:
> Hi you all,
> I’m quite new to RedLand stuff. I wanna apply its Ruby binding in XP
> and I don’t really know how to start. I think I must download the
> Redland things and compile the whole packages in CygWin, am I right?
> Cause I have found dlls v.1.0.2 packages for w32 but I think Redland
> bindings for Ruby are already in v.1.0.3… I would appreciate if
> somebody confirms these steps are correct.
Currently the Cygwin way is best for the Ruby bindings. I have tried
compiling them before but had mixed success; while I can compile them I
can't package them properly due to limitations in how Ruby gems handles
> I would also like to know if I should have Ruby installed to compile
> the bindings (perhaps this is a silly question, but I’m also new to
> Ruby :S).
> Thank you really much in advance.
Yes, I believe you will need to have Ruby installed. If using Cygwin I
think you will also want the ruby-dev package.
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