This is the base class for most wxRuby classes. Almost all of the useful functions it provides to the C++ library, such as exploration of object-oriented class relationships and memory management, are handled within the Ruby language or the wxRuby wrapping. Therefore, this class has very few methods.
Default constructor. Should not need to be called in ruby code.
Returns the name of the C++ wxWidgets class which this object is wrapping, for example ‘wxTextCtrl’ or ‘wxFrame’. Note that if a wxRuby class has been subclassed, this will still return the name of the core C++ class which this object is wrapping.
This method is normally only required for development and debugging - user code should not need to call it.
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