From: Daniel Völkerts on

I'd like to implement a standalone application using

JRuby 1.4

A few years ago, I evaluated Monkeybars using videos, netbeans and the
tutorial. Today, the webpages seems, out of date and the
Kenia Project page is not complete
(wiki marks each pages with some keywords).

How to start from scratch? How to generate the project stub? With
Netbeans 6.7.1, am I able to use a Ruby Project instead of a Java
Project for Matisse to work?

Any help is appreciated!

Thank you in advance.


From: James Britt on
Marnen Laibow-Koser wrote:
> Daniel Völkerts wrote:
>> Hello Marnen!
>> Am 07.02.2010 16:55, schrieb Marnen Laibow-Koser:
>>>> How to start from scratch? How to generate the project stub?
>>> The video tutorials at the Rubyforge site are current and informative.
>>> I wish there were more in written form, but there isn't. :)
>> Mmm, I seemed to be blind eyed.
> I'd say so. :)
>> At the rubyforge site, I can' find any
>> videos.
> Did you check out the tutorials at
> ? Several of these
> contain screencasts with a recent version of Monkeybars.

Are you sure the version of Monkeybars in these videos is *recent*?
Version 1.x?

Since I hear David Koontz' voice videos, these may be a bit dated.

There probably aren't any major differences, though a few things may
have been added or renamed since the version in the tutorials.

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