KidsRuby installer for Windows
Ruby Shell
Permalink
Failed to load latest commit information.
config Back to p290 since that is all we have for Windows Jan 13, 2013
lib Update to 1.3.2a Jan 13, 2013
rake Initial refactoring. Mar 22, 2011
resources Revert "Should build KidsRuby installer for Windows based on Ruby 1.9… Oct 28, 2012
.gems Added .gems file. Mar 22, 2011
.gitignore Add .DS_Store to .gitignore Sep 9, 2011
CHANGELOG.txt Update to version 1.4.0 Nov 7, 2013
CONTRIBUTORS.txt Update to v. 0.0.3 Mar 23, 2011
LICENCE.txt
README.md
TEAM.txt Add translators to list of contributors. Thank you! Sep 1, 2012
VERSION.txt Update to version 1.4.0 Nov 7, 2013
rakefile.rb Initial refactoring. Mar 22, 2011

README.md

KidsRuby Installer

KidsRuby Installer

Overview

This project builds an installer for the KidsRuby project http://kidsruby.com/

This project is entirely based on RailsInstaller (http://railsinstaller.org) with additions for the kids ruby codebase.

How to Contribute

KidsRuby Installer is bootstrapped, built and packaged via rake tasks.

  1. Download and install the latest RailsInstaller from http://railsinstaller.org/

  2. Bootstrap the project, from the project root run

rake bootstrap

  1. Install latest Inno Setup Quick Start Pack, ensure iscc.exe is in your PATH

    http://www.jrsoftware.org/isdl.php#qsp

  2. [[ hackety hack... ]]

  3. Download and build all components on the stage

rake build

  1. Use Inno Setup to package KidsRubyInstaller

rake package

  1. Use the generated KidsRubyInstaller.exe, be happy and prosperous! Be sure to share it with all of your friends!

Releasing a new version

  1. Update VERSION.txt

  2. Update CHANGELOG.txt

Development Kit (DevKit)

A MSYS/MinGW based toolkit that enables KidsRuby Installer to build native C/C++ packages, both for Ruby and gems. DevKit is built and maintained by the wonderful folks over at the RubyInstaller (http://rubyinstaller.org/) project.

Ruby 1.9.2 on Windows

KidsRuby Installer is a self contained package installer which installs Ruby and RubyGems on a windows system, head over to http://rubyinstaller.org/ for more information.

Packaging/Installer

We are using Inno Setup, a free installer for Windows programs.