> I use Shoes. I'm biased; I'm one of the maintainers.

That's interesting.  I rather thought that you had to think of Shoes as a seperate language, almost.   Do you ever find that the Shoes syntax ever gets in the way of writing good old-fashioned Ruby code? Or is that a stupid thing to say?

I fell in love with Shoes when _Why produced it, but I was seduced away to try and learn a "proper" toolkit (GTK, in fact). What would you say the limits of Shoes were?