- is released for a few monthes already. Dies anybody tried it with 64-bits mode (thus, cocoa) on mac with any wxruby? Need a portable modern gui framework bad :) and one that works in mac@64. Btw what happened to wxruby.org? Yours, Sergey
on 2011-01-04 04:34
on 2011-01-04 06:59
Hello Sergey, On Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 10:04 PM, Sergey Chernov <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote: > - is released for a few monthes already. Dies anybody tried it with 64-bits > mode (thus, cocoa) on mac with any wxruby? > No, we haven't been working on anything at the moment, as most of the developers are swamped with other things on their plate, including Real Life things. > Need a portable modern gui framework bad :) and one that works in mac@64. > I can understand that, sadly, I only have a mac@32bit setup myself, hard to get 64bit going the way I want to. > Btw what happened to wxruby.org? > wxruby.org use to belong to Sean Long, If I remember correctly. I think he didn't renew it, and someone else got the domain name, once it's lease was expired. It's quite sad to, that the page it goes to, has nothing to do with wxRuby.
on 2011-01-05 04:26
Got a look on Qt for Ruby... looks even more awful. Well gentlemen, if anybody would ever decide to try to incorporate wx 2.9 in cocoa mode, I'd be glad to help with 64bit issues/testing. I was used wxpython intensively and with great pleasure, but I strongly prefer ruby. Unfortunately I know little about this (wxruby) port to do it myself effectively. 04.01.2011, 8:41, Mario Steele (): > > > _______________________________________________ > wxruby-users mailing list > email@example.com > http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/wxruby-users Sergey Chernov firstname.lastname@example.org