Vincent Fourmond wrote:
> M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote:
>> QT4 is in my opinion the best looking and has the best designer. But I
>> don't think the Ruby/QT4 interface is fully baked yet (if someone from
>> the QTRuby team is here, I'd *love* for you to prove me wrong here!).
> 
>   Well, I'm not developping QtRuby, just packaging it (Debian), and I
> would like to hear what you think is missing - or painfull - with the
> current versions ? [just, if that has to do with the way it builds under
> windows, I'm afraid I can't be of any help]. I agree the ModelView stuff
> needs a bit more polishing, but I didn't come across other problems so
> far (well, except one I think I fixed).
> 
>   Cheers !
> 
> 	Vince
> 
QT4? I know the QT3 Ruby interface is solid, but QT4 is the only usable
version for Windows -- I think it's a licensing issue, not a technical one.