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On 27 Feb 2005, at 02:29, Malte Milatz wrote:

> Hi folks,
>
> my question about Ruby/X11 (the pure-Ruby implementation of writing X11
> applications):
>
> Is it possible to play around with it a bit (that, and nothing more, is
> what I'd like to do) without being an X11 guru? Any documentation, any
> tutorials for other languages that can be applied do Ruby/X11, too?

Ruby/X11 is an X protocol implementation.  It lacks many of the helpful 
methods of Xlib, so if you'll need to write out similar helpful wrapper 
methods yourself.

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