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|+1. Getting the source|
|+The source code is available from a Subversion repository. Ensure you have the|
|+svn command available and check out the source:|
|+ svn co http://code.fallingsnow.net/svn/rubinius/trunk rubinius|
|+Currently Rubinius can be built on UNIX-like systems, such as Linux and Mac OS X.|
|+To build and run Rubinius (but not do development), ensure you have the following|
|+ * Ruby gems|
|+ * rake gem|
|+ * rspec gem (rspec.rubyforge.org)|
|+ * rubyinline gem|
|+ * ruby2ruby gem|
|+ * glib2|
|+ * pkg-config (or pkgconfig on OS X pkgconfig.darwinports.org)|
|+ * ruby 1.8.x|
|+ * gcc 4.x (version 3.x will not work)|
|+ * zip and unzip commands|
|+ * sydparse gem. You *must* get this from the Rubinius source directory|
|+3. Compiling Rubinius|
|+You must ensure that you are using the sydparse gem provided with the Rubinius source.|
|+Type gem list sydparse to see what sydparse gems are installed. Type rake build:syd|
|+to build the included sydparse gem. The gem will be in externals/syd-parser/pkg/.|
|+Use the gem command to install it.|
|+If you are not doing any development with Rubinius, you can compile just the C code|
|+portions. Use the command: rake build|
|+If you are doing development, there are several convenience compile commands. To get|
|+a list of these, use the command rake -T build.|