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G3DRuby. Write OpenGL Apps in Ruby
Posted on Monday, December 18 @ 10:15:00 CET by julian

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G3DRuby is an extension for the high-level G3D library, allowing you to author 3D applications directly in Ruby. The rationale for doing this? Ruby is far more accessible than C++ (a good first language) and does away with the need to recompile between changes.
G3DRuby is a little less low-level than PythonOpenGL, which gives you immediate access to the full scope of OpenGL itself in the dynamic interpreted language Python, but it probably saner if you just want to get something up and running fast.

Currently G3DRuby runs on Linux (tested on Ubuntu 6.10) and Win32.

 
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