Modification of Ruby-processing

Martin Prout suggested changes to Ruby-processing 2013-07-12 13:02:06 UTC

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Rubygem name ruby-processing autobuild

The changes were rejected 2013-08-07 09:22:22 UTC

The current version looks like this:


Ruby-Processing is a Ruby wrapper for the Processing code art framework. It's this thin little shim that squeezes between Processing and JRuby, passing along some neat goodies like: * Application exporting of your sketches. Hand them out to your party guests, ready-to-run. * A "Control Panel" library, so that you can easily create sliders, buttons, checkboxes and drop-down menus, and hook them into your sketch's instance variables. * "Watch" mode, where Ruby-Processing keeps an eye on your sketch and reloads it from scratch every time you make a change. A pretty nice REPL-ish way to work on your Processing sketches. * Use ruby-gems and or java-libraries to access some pretty cool stuff... * Hundreds of worked examples are included to get you started

Rubygem ruby-processing

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Current Version
2015-01-30 00:00:00 UTC
First Release
2009-01-17 05:00:00 UTC
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Github jashkenas/ruby-processing

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Last commit
2015-03-16 14:28:50 UTC


Martin Prout wrote 2013-07-12 13:02:06 UTC:

A new version of ruby-processing is available as an autobuild from github, either clone the development version or download the latest release as an archive. Please note the created gem is too big to be hosted at rubygems, so it isn longer available from there!!!

Christoph Olszowka wrote 2013-08-07 09:22:19 UTC:

I think the gem reference should remain the same - maybe you could add a comment on the project page itself - thanks!

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