Quoting Kevin O. email@example.com:
What about Qt? I
know that KDevelop supports ruby and has a designer in it, but are
there any other projects out there that integrate Qtdesigner that
Well … QTRuby/Korundum/Kommander do. Right now, that’s all Qt-3, but stable as
all get out.
And well-documented, thanks to Caleb T…
My advice – if
you’re willing to limit yourself to Linux, it’s a keeper. Otherwise, there are
probably better ways to go.
There’s one other thing I should mention. There are two ways to use Qt,
and they are mutually exclusive by the Trolltech license. So you pretty
much have to have your business and legal model defined up front – if
you’re going to start an open source project, you may not be able to
convert it to something else later, and vice versa.
M. Edward (Ed) Borasky, FBG, AB, PTA, PGS, MS, MNLP, NST, ACMC§
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