wxRuby 2.0.1

Hi

I’m pleased to let you know that wxRuby 2.0.1 is now on Rubyforge:

http://rubyforge.org/frs/?group_id=35&release_id=38847

Binary gems for Ruby 1.8 and Ruby 1.9 on all the major platforms are
available; an update to the Ruby 1.9.1 all-in-one installer for Windows
will follow shortly.

This is a maintenance release which fixes some bugs and adds some
methods that were documented but missing, as well as various
improvements to the docs, samples and build process. There’s a summary
of the changes below, and a complete ChangeLog attached to the release
on Rubyforge.

Thanks to all who contributed. Chauk-Mean did most of the work pushing
this release forward, and it’s benefitted from numerous user-submitted
patches and bug reports from Pascal H. and others.

cheers
alex

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API

  • Fix HtmlWindow#set_fonts
  • Considerable work on GLCanvas for future compatibility with wx
  • Add important missing methods in BookCtrl classes
  • Fix superclass of Listbook to be BookCtrlBase, not Control
  • Add missing FocusEvent#get/set_window
  • Improve checking and error reporting when using named arguments
  • Clear up confusing overloaded methods set/get_alpha/rgb_data in Image
    class
  • evt_timer now accepts a Timer object, consistent with other evt_xxx
    methods
  • Several fixes to DateTime handling
  • Fixes for CalendarCtrl#get_range and ALLOW_NONE
  • CheckListBox#append now returns index of new item
  • Add missing named arguments for FileDialog constructor
  • Add missing FD_DEFAULT_STYLE constant for FileDialog
  • Avoid double-sprintf of Log messages which is a potential security
    risk
  • Fix GC-related crash when using DropTarget with Tree or ListCtrl

Compilation

  • Remove deprecated call to Gem#manage_gems in build process
  • Compile fix for casting of wxDataFormatId
  • Add support for building with Ruby 1.9.2
  • Work around wx compilation errors with recently updated OS X 10.5
  • Restore test for SWIG_MAXIMUM_VERSION as > 1.3.38 won’t work
  • Avoid error with compilers that enforce literal string argument to
    sprintf

Documentation and Samples

  • Use new wxRuby logo in more places
  • Numerous additions and corrections to docs and examples

I’m pleased to let you know that wxRuby 2.0.1 is now on Rubyforge:

Great news!! :slight_smile:

Thank you all for your effort.

bio.

Hi,

2009/9/9 Alex F. [email protected]:

Hi

I’m pleased to let you know that wxRuby 2.0.1 is now on Rubyforge:

http://rubyforge.org/frs/?group_id=35&release_id=38847

Binary gems for Ruby 1.8 and Ruby 1.9 on all the major platforms are
available; an update to the Ruby 1.9.1 all-in-one installer for Windows will
follow shortly.

I’ve just uploaded the new installer for Windows.

From the release notes :

"A wxRuby distribution for Windows bundling :

  • ruby-1.9.1-p243 with its minimal dependency (zlib, iconv) built with
    MinGW

  • wxRuby-2.0.1

    • built with wxWidgets-2.8.10

    • associated documentation and samples

  • ruby-opengl-0.60.1

  • RMagick-2.11.0 built with ImageMagick-6.5.5-6 with PNG/JPEG/TIFF
    support

"

In addition to an updated version of Ruby and wxRuby, you can now
enjoy the OpenGL and RMagick samples provided with wxRuby.

Cheers.
Chauk-Mean.

It’s been a while since 2.0.0. and it’s great to see that things are
still very much alive and active on the wxRuby scene!

I’m pleased to let you know that wxRuby 2.0.1 is now on Rubyforge:

Thanks all for your great work!

Regards,
Zhimin

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