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Ruby-Processing Gets all Gemmed up and Pretty

Ruby-Processing 1.0.1 has just debuted at the ball. She’s now a real Ruby Gem - just sudo gem install ruby-processing .. Internally, so-to-speak, she’s been rewired quite a bit, and has grown to be a good bit more flexible, letting you store your sketches wherever you like, with better cross-platform application exporting, and more thorough Processing API compatibility. The main way to talk to her is the rp5 command, so say: rp5 --help .. to get started.

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You could add the link to GitHub repo and its readme etc.

http://wiki.github.com/jashkenas/ruby-processing

This is really good news, I liked the earlier versions and by packaging it into a real gem I hope that more people will try it out.

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