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PRuby aims at creating a set of libraries and later a virtual machine for integration of PHP and Ruby programming languages. The first edition was written by Szabo Peter and is currently being re-written by Arthur J. Mukembo in partnership with Peter. The meta-language is currently only available for nix platforms with windows support planned for future releases.

Using a set of libraries, its able to map object instances and associated methods from one language into another.

Requirements include: Ruby 1.8.4+ Source PHP 4.x/ 5.x Source Apache Source GNU Make utility

Detailed utilization instructions will soon be made available except of course for the 'Milk and Cookies' which we imagine is obvious.

We are seeking core committers with advanced knowledge of PHP, Ruby, Apache, Systems Architecture and Systems Engineering.

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apache c language library meta-programming php platform programming ruby virtualmachine

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