If you mean the sample scripts (
http://www.threeweb.ad.jp/~nyasu/vruby/vrproject-e.html#sss ), are you
sure you aren't looking at the 'swin' version? I think it's just
posted as a comparison, the VRuby one doesn't seem so nasty. Not that
I've ever used either one, of course.

On 10/30/06, David Vallner <david / vallner.net> wrote:
> Curt Hibbs wrote:
> > If you don't need cross platform, then you'll probably like VRuby
> > (Windows only), which is included in the One-Click Ruby installer for
> > Windows. You can read about VRuby here:
> >
> >  http://www.threeweb.ad.jp/~nyasu/vruby/vrproject-e.html
> >
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> That page scares the heck out of me. Weird magical constants that are
> gods know why not defined in the toolkit? camelCase method names?
>
> Though if I guess right, VRuby is a wrapper around the Win32 API, so the
> lot probably makes enough sense for someone that worked with that. For
> someone who doesn't have low-level Win32 experience, it's probably not
> quite the best pick.
>
> David Vallner
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