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  Ruby the Rival
Subject:   Ruby desktop applications
Date:   2005-11-21 13:28:41
From:   homeunix
Response to: Ruby desktop applications

I think Duncan meant something that doesn't suck. Have you tried programming with that stuff? It might look like the half decent crap on linux, but not much better. On Mac it looks like 100% crap, but I am not sure about windows
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  • Ruby desktop applications
    2005-12-05 11:35:15  AdrienLamothe [View]

    That is somewhat of a problem right now. Multi-platform development has been a tough nut to crack. What I like about about Linux, KDE and QT is the developers tend to concentrate on the foundations first, then later work to add chrome.

    Cocoa is nice, if you want to develop only for the Mac. The Mac reminds me of the S.F. Bay Area, lots of people "thinking different" in the same way. It is preferable to most other choices, but really isn't the free (as in freedom) alternative it poses as.