Fantastic.  I'm glad to hear that things are progressing so quickly, and 
I'm looking forward to the first alpha release!

- Brian Wisti
http://coolnamehere.com/

At 10:09 PM 6/26/2003 +0900, you wrote:
>Things are progressing great.  Kevin Smith has taken the development lead 
>and made significant progress in the creation of a functional 
>Ruby-WxWindows library using a templating approach w/out SWIG.  An Alpha 
>release is being finalized after a discussion on the best naming 
>convention when wrapping the underlying Wx classes/methods/constants.
>By consensus we decided to adopt a Rubyesque (underscore_methods) 
>convention, and generate documentation accordingly.  Kevin is now busy 
>finalizing that name change, and updating the samples.  Once the code is 
>ready, Kevin will produce a binary for Linux, and Curt Hibbs will build a 
>binary for Win32.  I am going to try and build one for OS X.
>
>The WxRuby project is using Savannah so the code, et al is in CVS at:
>
>http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/wxruby/
>
>And there is a Wiki located here (although not updated too often right 
>now...busy coding!):
>
>http://www.wxruby.org/cgi-bin/wiki.pl
>
>There is some old code in the CVS repository that will be removed 
>soon.  The two directories under CVS that contain the active code are 
>'src' and 'samples'.  Once cleaned up, these and a few others (doc, etc) 
>will be left.  If you check out the CVS tree, just ignore the other 
>directories for now.
>
>Once the files are released (for Alpha) they will be located on the 
>Savannah project page and we will make an announcement here (and on RAA).
>
>Best,
>
>-Rich
>
>On Friday, June 20, 2003, at 04:37  PM, Phil Tomson wrote:
>
>>
>>Just curious: What is that status of ruby bindings for WxWindows?
>>
>>Phil
>>
>
>
>

Brian Wisti
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