[fxruby-users] foxGUIb GUI and code separation question
dglnz at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 12 23:15:55 EST 2010
Should have seen the error myself.
Well you can see why i have so many posts floating around the web
As I've said I intended to at sometime post a screen cast showing things like that which are gotchas for people
new to fxruby and have found and like the foxGUIb.
If i can help please holler, but also post on the list as others may also help and faster than I.
Glad what i did has helped you.
From: Paul Carvalho <tester.paul at gmail.com>
To: fxruby-users at rubyforge.org
Sent: Sat, 13 March, 2010 5:04:13 AM
Subject: Re: [fxruby-users] foxGUIb GUI and code separation question
Hello Dave, thank you for your reply. The sample code you sent in your private reply helped me fix the code to make it work.
Here's a summary of what I tried and did until I got it to work:
1) original code from the web site didn't work.
- when I ran it, I get the error: "no such file to load -- FX (LoadError)"
=> The problem seems to be with the "require 'FX'" line
- I noticed in your sample program you included the same lines from your GUI script, so I changed the following lines from:
-> And now I don't get the "cannot load file" error.
2) File loads, code still doesn't work. Now when I run the ExtendsInches.rb script, I get the following error:
ExtendInches.rb:6:in `init': uninitialized constant InchesX::SEL_COMMAND (NameError)
from ./InchesX.rb:6:in `initialize'
from ExtendInches.rb:19:in `new'
>Exit code: 1
-> This is where the sample code you sent in your follow-up reply really helped me.
I changed the following line from:
-> and now the script works!!! =)
Someone should probably update the code in the foxGUIb guide. This was very frustrating to try and figure out.
Thanks for your help! Cheers! Paul.
On 12 March 2010 01:38, dave L wrote:
>I too use foxGUIb.
>Mienrad (Henon) has help me lots with a project I've been working no in the last year and I intend to do some screen casts to showcase problems I've been working on over the past year and how to to correct them.
Hope this helps, Google for foxGUIb and you'll see a lot of posting from me regarding issues I've had and i
> hope will help you with problems you may face and from googling learn from my mistakes
>ps Paul i have sent a private email to you with a sample program that works to help you see things hope fully better.
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