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Hussein Baghdadi
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Hey,
Does Mac OS X 10.6 come bundled with MacRuby? or OS X employs Ruby MRI ?
Thanks.
Andrew Monkhouse
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Looking on my Mac, I see

So - the version of Ruby that is installed by default as part of OS/X 10.6 is not MacRuby. Further info:

MacRuby is 1.9 according to their website.


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