In the meantime, I’ve also started work on porting (if that’s the right word) Curb to FFI, with a view to moving away from the existing C code.
As I mentioned in my previous post, I’m now working on Curb again, and currently on Windows. Back in 2006 when I wrote the original Curb, I wouldn’t go near a Windows box for religious reasons, and the project has never officially supported the platform. There are plenty of bugs and posts around about peopleContinue reading “Building Curb on Windows”
Way back in 2006, after reading on ruby-talk about people’s problems using libcurl with Ruby, I put together a basic C extension to replace the (by-then-unmaintained) bindings that already existed. Little did I know then that it would end up being some of the most popular open-source code I’ve written. In time, pressures of family,Continue reading “I’m back on the Curb team!”