Hello How are you ,I installed ruby 1.8.2 with fxruby 1.2.6 for windows ,I use windows 2000 ,I want to do the foxruby tutorials and I need to run foxruby ,but I donâ??t know realy how to do it in windows 2000 ,I donâ??t know how to run fox ruby on windows 2000 to do the tutorial please help me because when If I canâ??t install foxruby I canâ??t do anything. sincrely yours Mohsena
on 2006-01-10 10:29
on 2006-01-10 10:44
Hi, you' ve already installed fxruby? Then just try the tutorials. Notice the 'require 'fox'' statement. Perhaps you need to change that to fox12 or fox14, according to your installed ruby version. You then can run your fox apps like common ruby scripts. Alex.
on 2006-01-10 11:30
Hello and thank you very much for your attention ,in which directory should I use require ? should I use windows dos prompt? sincerely yours Mohsena
on 2006-01-10 11:39
When you' ve installed ruby on 2K, you can double-click your script file. You don' t need to give a path by require.
on 2006-01-10 11:45
Hello and thank you very much for your attention: I use 'require 'fox12'' and 'require 'fox'14' and it didn't work and it send me back this error:require is not recognized as an internal or external command,operable or batch file sincerely yours Mohsena
on 2006-01-10 12:03
Did you use the One-Click-Installer for Windows?
on 2006-01-10 12:24
If you installed ruby with the One-Click-Installer for Windows, try using this to require the FxRuby lib: require 'rubygems' require_gem 'fxruby' 2006/1/10, Mohsen A. <email@example.com>:
on 2006-01-10 12:48
While we're at it, did anyone else encounter a problem where FOX dialog windows open notably off the top left edge of the screen? I've had that happen with the FreeRIDE options dialog and some of the widget sample ones when I use a theme with Extra Large 120dpi fonts. David V. Still unconvinced about FOX
on 2006-01-10 17:29
David V. wrote: > While we're at it, did anyone else encounter a problem where FOX dialog > windows open notably off the top left edge of the screen? I've had that > happen with the FreeRIDE options dialog and some of the widget sample > ones when I use a theme with Extra Large 120dpi fonts. > > David V. > Still unconvinced about FOX Hello and Thank you very much "Fernando Allen" ,realy the require 'rubygems' didnâ??t work but require_gem 'fxruby' worked and I wrote the first foxruby application ,I should mention that I have the same problem that "David V." encountered it means FOX dialog windows open notaly off the top edge of the screen .any one has any clue about this please. sincerely yours Mohsena