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.RBW File Extension

2 file types use the .rbw file extension.

File Type 1Ruby Script

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CategoryDeveloper Files

What is an RBW file?

Source code file written in Ruby, an object-oriented scripting language designed to be intuitive and easy to read; may also use the .RB extension, except Ruby scripts that use the ".rbw" extension are typically meant for graphical interface code.

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NOTE: Using both ".rb" and ".rbw" extensions during development enables you to set different file associations for performing different default tasks. For example, you might assign the ".rb" extension to one Ruby interpreter while setting the ".rbw" extension association to another. Alternatively, you could set one for an interpreter while setting another to open in a text editor.

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Programs that open RBW files
Updated 3/12/2014

File Type 2Real Studio Window File

DeveloperXojo, Inc.
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CategoryDeveloper Files

.RBW File Association 2

Window file created by Xojo, an IDE used to create applications; contains an exported window for a desktop application that can be shared between Xojo projects; includes information describing the window, such as maximum window size, background color, behavior, and buttons; replaced by the .XOJO_BINARY_WINDOW file extension.

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Before it was replaced, you could create a RBW file by clicking the window you wanted to export, selecting File → Export [window name]..., choosing the save location, naming the file, and clicking Save.

To import the RBW file, select File → Import, navigate to your file location, and click Import.

NOTE: REAL Software Real Studio became Xojo, Inc. Xojo in 2013.

Programs that open RBW files
Updated 5/15/2014

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