Richard Lionheart wrote:

> Second,  I ran the next example,  which in addition to the fox stuff,
> required/included "responder"/Responder.  That barfed until I added a fully
> qualified path to the RUBYLIB env. var...

I don't have Hal's book in front of me at the moment, but you should be 
doing this:

	require 'fox/responder'

and not this:

	require 'responder'

The examples may be a little out of date. With the exception of the 
'fox' module itself, all of the other sub-modules for FXRuby are stored 
in the 'fox' subdirectory, e.g.

	require 'fox'
	require 'fox/calendar'

Hope this helps,

Lyle