[MacRuby-devel] A QtRuby Version of The GC2 Client has Been Created
jsilverman2 at gmail.com
Fri Nov 23 13:40:47 PST 2012
Yes QtRuby works great. I didn't have any success bundling on OS X. I
tried Platypus but it didn't work. QtRuby doesn't seem to have any
packager. However, there are reports that it works with Ruby-OCRA on
Windows to make an exe. I think that when used with OCRA it will make an
exe with all gems and a Ruby.
On 23/11/2012 13:35, Mark Villacampa wrote:
> Cool! :)
> I'm glad you found QtRuby useful, I might actually be the best option for cross-platform ruby GUI apps :)
> BTW, how big is the executable on each OS? Does it bundle ruby? This is my main concern about MacRuby :/
> Sent from my iPhone
> On 23/11/2012, at 18:54, J Silver <jsilverman2 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I've created a ticket about this, 4.0 support planned.
>> Thanks !
>> On 23/11/2012 05:11, Joshua Ballanco wrote:
>>> On this line:
>>> you're reading in a byte at a time. That, combined with the GVL, can seriously slow things down. You can either increase the number of bytes you're reading each loop or, ideally, use TCPSocket#read with a buffer. It's a bit more work to get right, but it should resolve your performance issues.
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