It was a great information that it is possible to use SVG in Ruby. Thanks for that. :-) But,,, I don't want to require users to install plug-ins. And I don't need any vector feature. What I need is a simple drawing tool. Isn't there any?
on 2005-11-23 21:08
on 2005-11-23 21:16
On Thu, 24 Nov 2005, Sung Soo K. wrote: > It was a great information that it is possible to use SVG in Ruby. > Thanks for that. :-) > > But,,, I don't want to require users to install plug-ins. See which browsers they have, and which support SVG already. many do now. > And I don't need any vector feature. > What I need is a simple drawing tool. Simple drawing && no vectors? I don't know. This any good? http://www.mrunix.net/webalizer/ It's really for web log stats but... > Isn't there any? > Hugh
on 2005-11-23 21:36
RMagick has some drawing methods: http://rmagick.rubyforge.org/portfolio3.html Download: http://rmagick.rubyforge.org
on 2005-11-23 22:00
On 11/24/05, Sung Soo K. <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > On 11/23/05, Hugh S. <email@example.com> wrote: > > > tools... but I don't want to use PHP...) > > Hi, I don't know what drawing library in PHP are you saying. In PHP, image* functions are just wrappers for GD library. Ruby also has several bindings for GD library. * gRuby: http://gruby.sourceforge.jp/index.en.html * Ruby/GD2: http://rubyurl.com/yNW * ruby-gd: http://raa.ruby-lang.org/project/ruby-gd/ BTW, I think ImageMagick has more powerful features than GD. See rmagick: http://rmagick.rubyforge.org/ More graphics libraries can be found on RAA: http://rubyurl.com/YNK : http://kr2.php.net/gd