Ruby/Gtk Luke port

Hi all,

some days ago I wrote that I once had started porting Luke to Ferret
with Ruby/Gtk. I just dug out those sources and put them under version
control.

It’s far from finished and my first Gtk program, but might be a good
start anyway.

the code is available at
svn://projects.jkraemer.net/inspector/trunk/

If anybody wants to contribute, I’ll be glad to grant commit rights.
Please note that I’m on vacation (that is, offline most of the time)
for the next few days and therefore won’t be able to respond to emails
that frequently.

so long,
Jens


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On 8/5/06, Jens K. [email protected] wrote:

svn://projects.jkraemer.net/inspector/trunk/

If anybody wants to contribute, I’ll be glad to grant commit rights.
Please note that I’m on vacation (that is, offline most of the time)
for the next few days and therefore won’t be able to respond to emails
that frequently.

so long,
Jens

Great work Jens. Have a great vacation.

For anyone who is wondering, here is how I got it working on Ubuntu;

$ sudo apt-get libgtk2-ruby
$ svn co svn://projects.jkraemer.net/inspector/trunk/ inspector
$ cd inspector
ruby -Ilib bin/inspector /path/to/index

Btw, can anyone think of a better name for this than inspector?

Cheers,
Dave

Jens K. schrieb:

some days ago I wrote that I once had started porting Luke to Ferret
with Ruby/Gtk. I just dug out those sources and put them under version
control.

hey …

can you give me a brief description, what this is all about?

Ben

On 8/5/06, Benjamin K. [email protected] wrote:

Jens K. schrieb:

some days ago I wrote that I once had started porting Luke to Ferret
with Ruby/Gtk. I just dug out those sources and put them under version
control.

hey …

can you give me a brief description, what this is all about?

Ben

Hi Ben,

Basically it’s just an index inspector. It allows you to inspect the
documents and term vectors in the index and to scan through term enums
and term-doc enums. This can be very helpful during development for
debugging purposes and to give you a better idea of how the index
works.

Cheers,
Dave

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