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Building Ruby

In the Ruby distribution you'll find a file named README, which explains the installation procedure in detail. To summarize, you build Ruby on POSIX-based systems using the same four commands you use for most other open source applications: ./configure, make, make test, and make install. You can build Ruby under other environments (including Windows) by using a POSIX emulation environment such as cygwin [See http://sourceware.cygnus.com/cygwin for details.] or by using native compilers---see ``ntsetup.bat'' in the distribution's win32 subdirectory as a starting point.
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