That is correct. I used:

  $ ./configure --enable-mac-tcltk-framework

and I don't need X11 library to run RubyTk.

Goran


--- Hidetoshi NAGAI <nagai / ai.kyutech.ac.jp> wrote:
> From: Mark Hubbart <discordantus / gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: Ruby/TK on Mac OS X Tiger?
> Date: Thu, 19 May 2005 16:43:12 +0900
> Message-ID:
> <de63abca05051900436025ed4b / mail.gmail.com>
> > I'll try it out. I suspect Apple used it when
> compiling, though, since
> > they linked it against the framework.
> > 
> > configure --prefix=/foo/local
> --enable-mac-tcltk-framework --enable-pthread
>     (snip)
> > Here's the extconf output from a successful
> configuration:
> > 
> > mark@eMac% ruby extconf.rb 
> > checking for t_open() in -lnsl... no
> > checking for socket() in -lsocket... no
> > checking for dlopen() in -ldl... yes
> > checking for log() in -lm... no
> > checking for tcl.h... yes
> > checking for tk.h... yes
> > checking for XOpenDisplay() in -lX11... yes
> > checking for Tcl_FindExecutable() in -ltcl... yes
> > checking for Tk_Init() in -ltk... yes
> > creating Makefile
> 
> Thank you for your report.
> Possibly, at least one of the following tests
> returns fail.
>
------------------------------------------------------------------
> is_macosx = (/darwin/ =~ RUBY_PLATFORM)
> 
> mac_need_framework = 
>   is_macosx &&
>   enable_config("mac-tcltk-framework", false) &&
>  
>
FileTest.directory?("/Library/Frameworks/Tcl.framework/")
> &&
>  
>
FileTest.directory?("/Library/Frameworks/Tk.framework/")
>
------------------------------------------------------------------
> Could you tell me about which test does make
> "mac_need_framework" 
> value false?
> 
> # Or could you recommend better test for MacOS X
> Framework?
> -- 
> Hidetoshi NAGAI (nagai / ai.kyutech.ac.jp)
> 
>