[ANN] Zerenity 1.1

Zerenity is an almost clone of
Zenity(http://freshmeat.net/projects/zenity) for Ruby. It allows for
the easy creation of simple graphical dialogs from a Ruby script.

= Zerenity Changelog
== 1.1
* From this version the OK button is set as the default widget. Pressing Enter
  in a dialog will cause it to be fired. If you do not want your dialog to have
  this behavior set the :activatesDefault option to false. Note that
certain widgets
  (List, FileSelection and TextInfo when :editable is set) do not
allow this as Enter
  could be used for other actions. Originally suggested by Justin Collins.
* Instead of passing a Gtk::VBox to the build and retrieve_selection
methods, now
  pass in the parent Gtk::Dialog.

== Features
Zerenity allows for the creation of the following dialogs
* Date selection
* Text entry
* Error display
* File/directory selection
* Information display
* List display and selection
* Progress display
* Question display
* Text information display and editing
* Warning display

== Dependencies
Zerenity requires GTK2(http://www.gtk.org) and
Ruby/GTK2(http://ruby-gnome2.sourceforge.jp/hiki.cgi).

== Installation
Zerenity is avaiable as a Ruby gem. Links to the latest release can be
found at http://www.aimred.com/files/projects/zerenity.

The code is also available via it's Subversion repository at
http://zerenity.googlecode.com/svn/

== Example Usage
=== User Input and Display
require 'zerenity'

if (name = Zerenity::Entry(:text=>"What is your name?"))
   Zerenity::Info(:text=>"Hello #{name}")
else
   puts "No name entered"
end

=== Progress
require 'zerenity'

fileList = filesToProcess(folder)
Zerenity::Progress(:text=>'Processing files',:autoClose=>true) do |progress|
  fileList.each_index do |file,index|
    processFile(file)
    progress.update(index/fileList.length,"#{100*index/fileList.length}%
processed...")
  end
end

== License
Zerenity is released under the BSD license.

== Copyright
(c) 2006 Farrel Lifson

Farrel Lifson wrote:

Zerenity is an almost clone of
Zenity(http://freshmeat.net/projects/zenity) for Ruby. It allows for
the easy creation of simple graphical dialogs from a Ruby script.

= Zerenity Changelog
== 1.1
* From this version the OK button is set as the default widget. Pressing Enter
in a dialog will cause it to be fired. If you do not want your dialog to have
this behavior set the :activatesDefault option to false. Note that
certain widgets
(List, FileSelection and TextInfo when :editable is set) do not
allow this as Enter
could be used for other actions. Originally suggested by Justin Collins.

Thanks! Works great. I'm really enjoying this library.

-Justin