qt does have a new gem I put together:
gem install qtbindings

See the github page and make sure you have all the dependencies before
installing:
http://github.com/ryanmelt/qtbindings

On Mon, Sep 20, 2010 at 8:47 AM, Quintus <sutniuq / gmx.net> wrote:

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> Am 20.09.2010 01:18, schrieb Markus Fischer:
> > On 20.09.2010 01:14, Markus Fischer wrote:
> >> 10.04 and I could compile swig 1.3.38 there but failed at compiling
> >> wxwidgets right before the final linking stage (I was almost there!):
> >>
> >> /usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lgtk-x11-2.0
> >
> > There's a slight but important to note error here: of course I didn't
> > try to compile wxwidgets (there's a ready package from Ubuntu there
> > already!) but wxruby which failed at the end.
> >
> > - Markus
> >
> >
> wxRuby doesn't work out of the box with Ubuntu 9.10 and newer, because
> Ubuntu switched to GCC 4 I think. There are build instruction available
> at
> http://wxruby.rubyforge.org/wiki/wiki.pl?BuildingOnTopOfLinuxDistroPackages
> which work quite well for me, because I already compile all my Ruby
> installations myself. Adding an extra switch to Ruby's ./configure was
> not _that_ hard therefore, but I'm not sure if the Ruby provided in the
> Ubuntu repositories was compiled with --enable-shared.
>  However, I'm working on another GUI project that uses wxRuby, and
> published compiled wxRubies for 32 and 64 bit for use with Ruby
> 1.9.2-p0. They're available from
> http://github.com/Quintus/OpenRubyRMK/downloads . However, they're
> untested, so I'd be glad if you could report wheather they work or don't.
>
> Vale,
> Marvin
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