This is a bare bones macruby app that demonstrates the use of zxing to decode QR codes.
I used it to play with macruby and to do some prototyping/development of zxing-based stuff.
It has its own packaging stuff which might be (out)dated.
It needs libicns.
You need to have macruby installed. I use rvm and macruby-nightly. You need to have xcode installed but you don't need to run it yourself. Running rake will call it from the command line.
Clone the repo, then do a "git submodule update --init" to pull in zxing (kinda big).
Then, in a non-macruby ruby, run rake. (At least right now, rake under macruby doesn't seem to like shelling out to run xcodebuild).
This will build zxing.app and run it. Presuming you're running on a mac with an iSight camera, it'll pop up a window and start decoding. All it does right now is pop up the text when it decodes a code.
There are some rake tasks for packing the resulting app as a bundle but that stuff in particular is dated.
Feel free to submit patches and/or other contributions.
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Copyright (c) 2011 Steven Parkes
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