In article <3F2D54EB.8030603 / pragprog.com>, Dave Thomas wrote:
> I think the OP has some valid concerns if he's straying into
> lower-levels of the language under Windows. However, if he sticks to
> more conventional code, I'd say Ruby and either wxWindows or Fox is a
> good bet, and the resulting code will probably be a lot easier to
> maintain and enhance than it would be in many other languages.

What's about Ruby+TK?

Well, I don't like TK that much and I haven't workes a lot with it, so
the better question:

What's about Ruby+Gtk?

I never worked with wxWindows, so I'd like to know whether I should
learn wxWindows or use Gtk as in C ..

Greets,

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