James Britt wrote:
> Marnen Laibow-Koser wrote:
>> * JRuby/RJB: at the moment, seems like the best choice (as much as I get
>> annoyed by working with Java).  Is that an accurate assessment?  If so,
>> what tends to get used for GUI libraryies?  Swing/Monkeybars/Profligacy?
> 
> This is your best route, offering fast, robust cross-platform
> development with solid GUI components.

That was my impression.

> 
> Use Monkeybars (or, if adventurous, Jimpanzee) with Rawr (for
> beautifully simple application packaging).

Of course, you *would* say that. :D

(Actually, seeing your name on Monkeybars was one of the things that 
made me think it was worth serious consideration.)

> 
> 
> BTW, using those tools, the amount of Java you'll need to write is
> approximately zero.

Great!  As I said, I *can* write Java, but the language annoys me.

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