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Shoes although quiet new, looks like a really fun GUI toolkit to use.
http://code.whytheluckystiff.net/shoes/
And the code is compatible for all three platforms you require.


On Nov 18, 2007 9:30 PM, Terry Poulin <bigboss64 / ippimail.com> wrote:

> FireAphis wrote:
> > On Nov 18, 11:17 am, ulazar <ula... / XXXtin.it> wrote:
> >> I would like to create an interface GUI with ruby. What I have to use?
> I
> >> would like that the GUI could be used in win, osx and linux. Is there a
> >> good interface builder?
> >
> > I had a similar question regarding which library to use. After talking
> > to people and reading various posts and articles I reached a
> > conclusion that I have to choose between Tk and GTK2. Tk+Ruby seems to
> > have more resources on the web but GTK2+Ruby looks better and
> > apparently is more easily customizable (custom drawn widgets was
> > easier to create). I've personally chosen GTK2.
> >
> > Check this out:
> > http://ruby-gnome2.sourceforge.jp/hiki.cgi
> >
> > Regarding a good interface builder I have much less experience. I code
> > the interface definitions myself.
> >
> > FireAphis
> >
> >
>
>
> If I am to lazy to write it myself (particually a problem with C++...
> hehe) I
> usually use QT Designer to create the GUI and make use of tools from
> qtruby to
> convert it into Ruby code (rather then C++). Test it and when it's 'good
> enough' I start work on prototyping the implementation code.
>
>
> I like GTK+ programs but I have never used it for programming beyond
> tutorials
> in C though. So I wouldn't know much about how GTK+ works with Ruby.
>
> Cheers.
>
>
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