Mischa K. wrote:
Runs on the windows platform
Ruby/Tk is probably your best bet to start with. Given that FreeRide is
bundled in the One-Click Installer, Fox is another possibility. I’ve
forgotten what the graphical designers for those toolkits are called,
but I know they exist.
QT4 is in my opinion the best looking and has the best designer. But I
don’t think the Ruby/QT4 interface is fully baked yet (if someone from
the QTRuby team is here, I’d love for you to prove me wrong here!).
You might also want to consider getting ActiveState’s Komodo IDE. I’d
wait until 4.0 is released, though – 3.5 is on the way out and 4.0 is
in beta. It’s a tad expensive – $250, although they have a lower cost
It’s nice if it also runs on other platforms but I can live without them
Would RubyCLR be a good option or should I look at other roads ?
There are actually now three Ruby - .NET environments to choose from,
plus jRuby if you like the Java way. I’m not at all familiar with .NET,
so I won’t pretend to evaluate them.