Wayne Vucenic wrote:
>
> This is exactly what wxWindows provides.  I used wxWindows a bit about
> a year ago.  I was only programming on Windows, but my understanding
> is that I could have taken my code and recompiled it on Linux or one
> of the other supported platforms, and it would have run there with
> (essentially) no changes.

Yes, this is true.

> I think wxWindows deserves a closer look.  It seems mature and stable,
> has a fairly large and energetic group of people enhancing it, and
> many programmer-years of effort have been expended on it.  I
> especially like that it has been around about 10 years, and has wide
> support, so it's unlikely to go away anytime soon.

Tom, I agree with Wayne here -- I would encourage you to take another look
at wxWindows. When the FreeRIDE project did its GUI search, wxWindows may
very well have been our GUI toolkit of choice (it met all of our feature
requirements), if only it had Ruby bindings.

Curt