David Vallner wrote:
> 
> The short answer: no.
> 
> The long answer:
> 
> If you manage to port qtruby4 to Windows, you get QtDesigner (overall
> Qt4 seems to be designed to have the GUI layout created in that,
> decoupling the UI design and behaviour implementations.) Things like
> rubyuic should work the same on all platforms.
> 
> Another hope is the wx rewrite getting into a stable state, and wxGlade
> supporting emitting of Ruby code. This is however just speculation.
> 
> Personally, if you need to do this sort of GUI development on Windows,
> Ruby is so far rough around the edges.
> 
> David Vallner

That's what I figured, I guess I'm going to have to stick to ugly 
command line programs.

Thanks anyways.

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