Writing a browser in three rows

We reached a new record: writing a browser in three rows! After python I decided to test also WebKit bindings for ruby:

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And these are the three rows:

require 'webkit'
Gtk::Window.new().add(wv = Gtk::WebKit::WebView.new).show_all
Thread.new do Gtk.main end

As you can see from the video to open a webpage you have to write wv.open(“URL”) to the irb prompt.

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