|Posted : Saturday, 14 July 2007, 23:03|
|Thanks to that...|
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|Posted : Thursday, 19 July 2007, 07:41|
|You could also try JRuby with Swing. Version 1 of JRuby is out and there will be a Ruby pack to be shipped with NetBeans 6. I've read JRuby allows seamless use of Java code in Ruby syntax.|
Although JRuby isn't as fast as normal Ruby, but for applications that shouldn't be a problem. Even then you could always write the slow code in Java and the rest in Ruby. I might do that in the future.
|Posted : Friday, 20 July 2007, 09:37|
|Sounds interesting, but yet more to learn!|
Cool idea though. Cheers.