January 02, 2007 — rubyobjc
July 19, 2007 — rubyobjc
RubyObjC is now an open source project released under the terms of the Ruby license.
The source code is on rubyforge; you can get it by checking it out of the rubyforge subversion archives.
Documentation and other details are online at rubyobjc.com.
There are also several interesting examples, including a Cocoa bindings example, a couple of small games, and a screensaver.
Questions and contributions are welcome.
If it’s useful to you, I’d like to hear from you.
Alex Payne sent me some great questions about Ruby, RubyCocoa, and RubyObjC. Since they seemed to be of general interest, he’s agreed to let me post them here with my responses.
I’ll be giving a presentation on RubyObjC at Jonathan Rentzsch’s C4  conference. The conference is a weekend workshop in Chicago on August 10-12.
The idea behind my invitation was to get a behind the scenes look at what it takes to bridge a scripting language to Objective-C. If you’re there, I’ll give you that in painful detail (ok, I’ll try not to make it too painful) and then I’ll spice up the story with a surprise conclusion.