Hello Thomas,

Visual Ruby has a small subset of extended custom controls, that aren't part of the normal Gtk2/Ruby-Gnome2 Toolkit.  But, since Visual Ruby builds on Gtk2/Ruby-Gnome2, you can look at the examples for Gtk2/Ruby-Gnome2, and they will work with Visual Ruby as well.  There are more things being added to the Visual Ruby core, as well as a new version of the Visual Ruby IDE being developed by me right now, that you can check out at http://bitbucket.org/visualruby/ide and http://bitbucket.org/visualruby/corelib these will eventually be released as gems, as I get closer to getting things stable.

Currently, I'm working on some issues with Threading on Windows, that prove to work in test cases that I run of them, but fails to work in the IDE itself when I run the same code.  But I suggest checking out the code, as I'm always working on improving it.



On Fri, May 17, 2013 at 9:53 AM, Thomas Riefle <ruby-forum-incoming@andreas-s.net> wrote:
Hi Eric,

first of all: thank you very much for "Visual Ruby", great work!

As an absolute Ruby-beginner I'm very interested in learning how to
create gui with Visual Ruby, but I cannot find enough examples to get
behind the logic of it all.
I tried to find out, how to write a simple key-press thing, but since I
couln't find any examples, I failed ...
Where can I find more examples, easy examples?


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