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On 04/01/2011 17:29, Gaspard Bucher wrote:
Yes and no: Rubyk is an environment to program in Lua with lots of libraries and stuff
that just work together well. There are some things that would be Rubyk specific:

Sympa !

Just not fan of the name, it always remind me of another well known dynamic language... :-)

But these aspects do not need to be used all the time (or at all). For example, this
creates a window with a quit button:

So you made a Qt binding for Lua? I missed that, this is interesting.

Philippe Lhoste
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