Hi All: I made a small simple program to search for regular expressions interactively in inputted particular directory and its sub- directories. Its a simple short program in Ruby (one of my Initial ones). I direct my output to a log file in the format I want to. Now that I have an Output of Files, I want a UI for this, so that the listed files are displayed right there in a UI Frame that I can click directly to open. I don't want to get the path from my log file and then open it. 1. To me, I would guess this would need a UI Library. Which one to use? 2. Can we do this with the File Listed there in the UI frame and I can directly open the file from there? 3. Platform currently being focussed on: Windows XP. If the UI is portable,I guess it would work under Linux also? Thanks for your help and suggestions.
on 2007-02-22 15:45
on 2007-02-22 16:25
On Feb 22, 8:40 pm, email@example.com wrote: > Now that I have an Output of Files, I want a UI for this, so that the > > Thanks for your help and suggestions. Tk is the most portable one (although it is ugly). http://www.rubycentral.com/book/ext_tk.html
on 2007-02-22 19:01
> Tk is the most portable one (although it is ugly).http://www.rubycentral.com/book/ext_tk.html- Hide quoted text - > Can this be done as per Original Quesion... "2. Can we do this with the File Listed there in the UI frame and I can directly open the file from there? " Any pointers where I can read about this. Is there a cleaner library than Tk? Like Swing in Java.