The best little GUI toolkit, for Ruby.
Shoes 3 will be the last release of the original C based Shoes (the repository you're looking at). Come and look at Shoes 4 if you want a glimpse of the future!
Shoes 4 is shaping up nicely, but every commit counts. You might be able to make a difference!
Some people just won't let Shoes 3 drift away. Cecil decided to produce a Shoes 3.2 that keeps some of the 'C' and MRI Shoes magic alive and actually makes it work with Ruby 2.x.y on OSX, Windows, and for the first time, Linux downloads of Shoes (x86_64, i686. armhf) really work. He claims to have special sauce so that binary gems are much more likely to to work. "It's only a maintenance release", he says.
This wiki contains information that's important to anyone who wants to hack away on the code of Shoes itself. If you'd like to use Shoes to build applications, you don't need any info from here! Just go to the Shoes website and download Shoes. You can also find the Shoes manual and a book, Nobody Knows Shoes. This'll get you started building applications with Shoes.
Awesome! We'd love to have you help out with Shoes. Here's some resources you're gonna need:
If you're interested in Shoes, but don't know where to start, here's some handy advice:
We could also really use some help on two fronts: