ruby-ui was a hackweek project with jreidinger to make libyui (YaST text/graphical engine) usable from pure-ruby without going through YCP.

We experimented a bit extreme trying to make the usage of SLIM templates possible. It kind of worked.

You could figure the best API and make it ready so that YaST can use it

https://github.com/dmacvicar/ruby-ui

Examples: https://github.com/dmacvicar/ruby-ui/tree/master/examples

Looking for mad skills in:

yast ruby c libyui

This project is part of:

Hack Week 11

Activity

  • over 4 years ago: mvidner liked Make ruby-ui usable for YaST
  • over 4 years ago: dmacvicar added keyword "libyui" to Make ruby-ui usable for YaST
  • over 4 years ago: dmacvicar added keyword "c" to Make ruby-ui usable for YaST
  • over 4 years ago: dmacvicar added keyword "ruby" to Make ruby-ui usable for YaST
  • over 4 years ago: dmacvicar added keyword "yast" to Make ruby-ui usable for YaST
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    • jreidinger
      over 4 years ago by jreidinger | Reply

      I think it is better to link upstream project (https://github.com/libyui/ruby-ui) then own fork ;)

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