Let’s have fun with Ruby and Shoes! :-D
Green Shoes is a Ruby domain specific language for beautiful Desktop Applications. The Green Shoes dsl is so simple, even your pointy haired boss can understand it. The Green Shoes project is based on _why-the-lucky-stiff’s Shoes, except for the following:
- Green Shoes source code is all Ruby, so even you can contribute.
- Green Shoes takes the Ruby DSL block-style approach, so all you have to do is write what you know: Ruby.
Here is a quick example to get the juices flowing:
require 'green_shoes' Shoes.app( :width => 250, :height => 250 ) do para 'Hello, world!' image 'images/shoes.png' end
There are a lot of samples here in the sample box.
Since Green Shoes is a Ruby Gem, all you need to install are:
Once you have all three requirements, you can simply install with this command:
gem install green_shoes
Read the Manual for all sorts of shoe-like good-ness
Check the Wiki for extra documentation and details.
Please contribute to documentation whenever you can.
Bugs & Requests
See Issues for any bugs or feature requests.
Note on Patches/Pull Requests
- (create your github account)
- Fork the project green_shoes to your github account
- Clone the fork to your home machine : git clone http://firstname.lastname@example.org/youraccount/green_shoes
- Make your features additions or bug fix ( additions to lib/plugins or lib/ext, bug fix directly in sources)
- Add a sampleXX.rb in sample dir (if feature addition) for a demo of your feature(s)
- Commit your fork : git commit -a -m “…” ; git push origin master
- Send me a pull request : on GitHub on your green_shoe fork, click ‘pull request’ on the head of the page
Copyright (c) 2010-2011 ashbb
- hh/static/(all).png (c) 2008 why the lucky stiff
- lib/ext/hpricot/(all) (c) 2008 why the lucky stiff
- lib/ext/projector/(all).rb (c) 2010 MIZUTANI Tociyuki
- lib/ext/highlighter/(all) (c) 2008 why the lucky stiff and 2011 Steve Klabnik
- lib/plugins/(httpd.rb, systray.rb, thread.rb) (c) 2011 Regis d’Aubarede
- samples/akatsukiface.png (c) 2010 MIZUTANI Tociyuki
- samples/class-book.yaml (c) 2008 why the lucky stiff
- samples/splash-hand.png (c) 2008 why the lucky stiff
- samples/loogink.png (c) 2008 Anita Kuno
- samples/cy.png (c) 2008 Anita Kuno
- samples/sample54.rb (c) 2011 Regis d’Aubarede
- samples/face-crying.png (c) 2011 Regis d’Aubarede
- samples/face-smile-big.png (c) 2011 Regis d’Aubarede
- static/Coolvetica.ttf (c) 1999 Ray Larabie
- static/Lacuna.ttf (c) 2003 Glashaus, designed by Peter Hoffman
- static/gshoes-icon.png (c) 2010 Zachary Scott
- static/gshoes-heading-icon.png (c) 2010 Zachary Scott
- static/code_highlighter.js (c) 2005 Dan Webb
- static/code_highlighter_ruby.js (c) 2008 why the lucky stiff
- static/manual.css (c) 2008 why the lucky stiff
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