richard lyman wrote:
> 
> Curt,
> 
>    I have a GUI for RubyGems...
> 
>    ... if you promise not to laugh at the code, I'll privately send
> you what I've got and you can tell me what to do to get it up to the
> specs you'd want/need for inclusion in the Windows Installer.

Yes, please do send it along to [curt at hibbs dot com].

>    The way I envision it is that the RubyGem interface would be a
> compiled binary for Windows, that could have a link in the Programs
> menu... then for the average 10yr old, or mom or dad who wanted to
> program, they could easily add libraries on to their Ruby
> installation... Double-click the RubyGem interface... wait for the
> list to load... select the program, see all versions and a
> description, select the version to install... click the install
> button... you're done. Obviously there would be more options for
> advanced users... but I really like the idea of making the
> installation of add-on libraries as simple as the installation of
> Ruby.

Well, we're definitely on the same page here.

>    I really want RubyGems in the Windows One-Click... and I _really_ 
> think RubyGems should have a GUI...  i.e. I really want to send you my
> code, have it reviewed, get everything done that you need, and package
> it with the Windows One-Click.
> 
> -Rich
> P.s. - Windows One-Click.... WOC? :-) Sounds like Wok... which I know
> is Chinese, and not Japanese... but it's an interesting acronym. Would
> that make it... LOC (Linux...), MOC, (Mac...) ... anyway... :-)

Curt