On Sat, March 12, 2005 10:05 am, Simon Strandgaard said:
> On Sat, 12 Mar 2005 15:27:43 +0900, Dennis Roberts <denrober / gmail.com> wrote:
>> So I am still learning Ruby.  I am also learning C.  I just did
>> Conways Game of Life in C.  I showed my wife and she wasn't impressed.
>
> Welcome to Ruby. I have tried the same, showing some thing I made
> and get the same reaction.  I don't know any longer what it takes to impress.
>
>
>> I then decided to do it again in Ruby.  I was thinking I could use a
>> GUI toolkit to make it better looking.
>>
>> I am looking at them they don't seem ruby-ish.  Or perhaps I don't
>> know what I am talking about:)
>>
>> What is the best one for a newbie to get a handle on?
>
> If you are on windows then a GUI toolkit named Fxruby should have been
> distributed with the Ruby installer.
>
> http://www.fxruby.org/
>
> Documentation is relative good (better than other toolkits).

This was a brief topic on #ruby-lang, too. My vote goes for FOX, as well,
although Wx has the advantage of using native widgets. FLTK looks promising
but may not be feature-rich enough as yet.

> Simon Strandgaard

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