Hello David,

>> (I believe QT is actually an exception to this, and
>> they now provide a 
>> fully native OSX Framework. Are there ruby bindings
>> for QT?)
DR> Yes, Thank you to Lypanov.
DR> http://raa.ruby-lang.org/project/qtruby/
DR> This is an updated qtruby binding. It is very good. It
DR> has the signal and slots system handled. Unfortunately
DR> Qt is GPL'ed. So, I won't be using it unless there is
DR> a OpenSource app I am hacking on.

You know that Qt is also available with a commerical license.

And i must say i don't understand your attitude, you are fighting
against other commercial projects but always tell us that you write
your own commerical programs/widgets. Do you really think that this
fits together.


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