meruby / gmail.com wrote:
> wax is a gui written on top of wxPython. It allows seamless integration
> of gui code in a pythonic way in python program. I am interested in
> doing something similar with qtruby (qt4).

It sounds like an interesting idea. Please explain more.

I don't know Python, wxWindows, or wax. Or Qt, for that matter.

When you say "a gui" do you mean a higher-level toolkit? Or
perhaps an IDE?

If the former -- can you give an example of what your toolkit
would do that qtruby would not?

How good is your Qt knowledge?

Sorry to have mnore questions than answers... :)


Cheers,
Hal