[Wxruby-users] Delays in wxruby - Mac OS X
torsten.rueger at hiit.fi
Wed Jan 7 15:19:57 EST 2004
On 7.1.2004, at 04:33, Nick wrote:
> I know RubyCocoa allows apps to run from the command line, so I know
> it can be done. I haven't had the time to investigate how they do it,
> but I'm planning to shortly. Of course, I appear to be the sole Mac OS
> X developer on this list, so I don't know how many people this
> affects. ;-)
not that I'm active, but I am still listening in on the list, and it is
an iMac that I type with.
This mac distribution issue has been up last year, when Craig had
developed a nice general tool, that would run any script (ruby for
sure) as an application with a gui. That approach, also taken by the
wxPython folks, is much more flexible for the end user.
Off course, how that ties in with all the needed libraries I would not
I'll forward Craigs old mail, in case you never got it,
Begin forwarded message:
> From: "C. B. Schofield" <illume at xmission.com>
> Date: 15. elokuuta 2003 16:31:19 GMT+03:00
> To: WxRuby Forum <wxruby-dev at nongnu.org>
> Subject: [Wxruby-dev] ScrUITools for Mac OS X
> Reply-To: wxruby-dev at nongnu.org
> RubyRunner has been replaced by the more capable ScrUITools. "ScrUI"
> for Script User Interface, and is pronounced "screwy". :) Currently,
> are two tools: ScrUIRunner and ScrUIActivator. ScrUIRunner replaces
> RubyRunner, but it allows you to specify the working directory,
> command line
> arguments, and shell environment variables for the script (...added
> specifically for you, Torsten) ;). ScrUIActivator activates the UI of
> script that is already running, so you can run the script normally
> from a
> terminal window if you need standard input.
> Download ScrUITools at
> Comments/Questions are welcome.
> Wxruby-dev mailing list
> Wxruby-dev at nongnu.org
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