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Everything lol. Just starting to learn and was trying to find a good
GUI toolkit. FX looks promising but it doesn’t seem to install
without a lot of hassles on OSX…and that usually means that’s not
the only problem. I also looked at “Shoes” but that doesn’t look
promising because of the history with HacketyHack (being dropped).
Basically, I’m interested in stability and ease of use.
Personally, I’d like to get rid of the silly background image on the
link http://members.chello.nl/~k.vangelder/ruby/learntk/ so I can
read it without going cross-eyed
Thanks for the suggestions though; it helps.
On Feb 24, 2008, at 9:59 AM, Thomas A. wrote:
On 24/02/2008, Serg K. [email protected] wrote:
Any RubyTk books around? I haven’t been able to find anything
online. I see there is a RubyFX book coming out but that doesn’t
very stable from everything I’ve read on OS X.
There’s chapter in the Pickaxe book about Ruby and Tk as well as a
dedicated mailing list hosted via googlegroups on the matter and this
Just what is it you’re wanting to know?
– Thomas A.