Richard Lyman wrote:

>FXRuby and FOX are actually LGPL'd (if that makes a difference to
>you), and FOX's license is even a modified LGPL to allow more room.
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>-Rich
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Licensing issue is very big complaint of the other toolkits.
I usually compile modules statically, so LGPL wont work.
WideStudio is a toolkit which is licensed under the MIT/X,
*and* includes its own IDE tools. It supports C/C++, Ruby,
Perl, and Python gui code generation.

David Ross
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