On 7/11/05, Hidetoshi NAGAI <nagai / ai.kyutech.ac.jp> wrote:
> From: Lothar Scholz <mailinglists / scriptolutions.com>
> Subject: Re: A good TK
> Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2005 17:44:49 +0900
> Message-ID: <683246671.20050711154444 / scriptolutions.com>
> > Yes, but there is a new widget set that uses the plattform theming
> > engine on each machine, named "Tile" . Don't know if this is already
> > useable and integrated in ruby.
> 
> Supported. ;-) However, please use the latest version on CVS.
> 
> # Please see "<ruby-lib-dir>/tkextlib/SUPPORT_STATUS" also.
> # Tcl/Tk extensions support on Ruby/Tk is included Ruby 1.8.2
> # or later. I'm sorry but libraries on Ruby 1.8.2 are buggy.
> # So, I recommend to use the latest version.
> 
> If Tcl/Tk libraries linked to tcltklib can load "Tile" extension
> (for example, use ActiveTcl binary package), Ruby/Tk can use the
> features of "Tile" extension by "require 'tkextlib/tile'".
> Then, Ruby/Tk can use not only themes written in Tcl/Tk, but also
> themes written in Ruby/Tk. A sample theme defined by Ruby/Tk style
> is "<ruby-src>/ext/tk/sample/tkextlib/tile/themes/kroc.rb".

First I heard of Tile.  Should I use it instead of BWidgets or
IWidgets or TkTable or whatever else is out there?