OS X Leopard to have Ruby on Rails
Aug 09, 2006
For anyone who's followed these great directions to get RoR up and running on a Mac knows that it takes a fair amount of time and a good bit of focus to get everything correct. Having everything pre-installed will save many people a great deal of aggravation.
On top of having Ruby and Rails in the box, they've promised other packaged goodies like Mongrel, a Ruby alternative to Apache that I've heard is much more efficient.
It's not like I needed another reason to look forward to the OS X update, but now I'm truly excited to get my hands on Leopard.