OK, I KNOW I’ve got a case of tunnel vision here. I’ve written apps
that use wxRuby without a problem. Regardless, I don’t see what I’m
doing wrong here. The code in my main routine looks like this:
class MyApp < Wx::App
f = Video.new(nil)
app = MyApp.new
There is only one simple window in the app - created via wxFormBuilder.
The window (a frame) displays cleanly. Problem: when I close this window
(either by clicking the “X” or by issuing a call to self.close() through
an event, the app doesn’t exit. It simply goes to sleep. The only way I
see to close it is to go to a terminal and issue a “kill” command.
I’m running under Ubuntu 9.10.
Would someone be so kind as to point out what I’m missing - which I’m
sure is going to be obvious to everyone but me.