Hello,

I hate to repeat myself, but: use QtRuby. It rules.

-- 
Pau Garcia i Quiles
http://www.elpauer.org
(Due to the amount of work, I usually need 10 days to answer)


Quoting "Shot (Piotr Szotkowski)" <shot / hot.pl>:

> Alex Fenton:
>
>> The very recent 0.0.40 release upgraded WxRuby to support the latest
>> version of WxWidgets (2.8.3), has a lot of widgets and plenty of
>> samples. It can probably be considered beta-quality in terms of
>> stability. also look at WxSugar, which provides a more ruby-ish
>> API to the library.
>
>> Both can be easily installed via rubygems and bundled within
>> a standalone app using rubyscript2exe with no external dependencies.
>
> Excuse my hijacking the thread, but maybe my narrowing the field a bit
> can be of use to others as well. I?m currently developing a commandline
> app that I might want to wrap in a nice GUI in the future. I?m an Ubuntu
> user, so GTK/GNOME is my primary platform; running the app under Windows
> would be a nice addition, but not the ultimate goal. I saw GIMP under
> Windows and it surely doesn?t look pretty/native, but is usable (i.e.,
> doesn?t burn my eyes out with how the GTK controls look).
>
> Is my current vision that Ruby-GNOME2 would be a better choice in my
> case the right one? (More stable, more documentation, more controls,
> the possibility to develop in Glade.)
>
> Is running a Ruby-GNOME2 app under Windows a lot
> of hassle, compared to WxSugar + rubyscript2exe?
>
> Thanks a lot for your answers!
>
> -- Shot
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