In message "Win32ole event callback?"
    on 02/01/25, a <a / a.a> writes:

> In the world of visual basic, some event subs have an argument that can 
> be set as a callback. For example the queryUnload event of a form has a 
> cancel argument that can be set to cancel the unloading of a form. Is 
> this possible to do with Ruby? As an example, I can create an instance 
> of Internet Explorer and trap the 'NewWindow' event and its arguments 
> but unlike using the object in VB it seems I can do nothing about event 
> that will effect the IE object. Am I wrong about this, what am I 
> missing?

Does win32ole/sample/ienavi.rb coming with win32ole package help you?

  Regards,
  Masaki Suketa