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For RubyConf and the mruby 1.2.0 release we've prepped a release that locks generated applications to mruby 1.2.0 for stability.
This is the third release of mruby-cli just in time for Rocky Mountain Ruby (RMR). This brings mruby-cli up to date with mruby's changes on master.
- subdirectories can now be created in mrblib/
- enable_test can now be used for denoting a test build
This second release of mruby-cli comes in time for Madison+ Ruby (EDD) with these notable changes:
- generated mtest now actually passes. (oops)
- generated host build now has debug on by default for stack traces
- the 64 bit linux build now resides in mruby/build/x86_64-pc-linux-gnu/bin/
This first release enables you to generate a new mruby-cli skeleton app to bootstrap a CLI and then compile 32 & 64 bit binaries for Linux, OS X, and Windows. You'll find a mruby-cli binary for Linux, OSX, and Windows from below, as well as Docker and docker-compose.
$ mruby-cli --setup hello_world $ cd hello_world $ docker-compose run compile $ docker-compose run shell root@3da278e931fc:/home/mruby/code# mruby/build/host/bin/hello_world Hello World
Thank you to Matz and the rest of the mruby contributors for all your help and work.