Marcin Mielʥyʧki wrote:
> Marcelo wrote:
>> Oh, yes, I saw that page, but for what I saw, most of them are in early
>> development or dead. The only one apparently working is the Ruby/Gnome.
>>
>
> The most mature and the most feature-rich is FXRuby. I wrote my master
> degree using it. It was quite complex application using opengl and
> swig interfacing with c++. I had some minor problems with it. As can
> be seen from wxruby homepage, it is also under active development.
And if having a well-written tutorial matters, check out the Pragmatic
Programmers' book on QTRuby (with additional info on Korundum and
Kommander).

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