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Hopefully I’ll get a chance to install it and write a half-decent review soon (for the Ruby/Ruby on Rails part at least)
PS: This worked for Netbeans 6.7 RC2, however it will HORRIBLY break any attempt to use irb from the windows command line
If you right click on a project in Netbeans then go to ‘Ruby Shell (IRB)’, you should get dropped into a ruby IRB window.
Unfortunately for most of you on windows, you might get this instead …
An easy fix is to go to irb.bat and comment out the first 7 lines of code so that it looks like this
#@echo off #@if not "%~d0" == "~d0" goto WinNT #\bin\ruby -x "/bin/irb.bat" %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 %9 #@goto endofruby #:WinNT #"%~dp0ruby" -x "%~f0" %* #@goto endofruby #!/bin/ruby # # irb.rb - intaractive ruby # $Release Version: 0.9.5 $ # $Revision: 11708 $ # $Date: 2007-02-13 08:01:19 +0900 (Tue, 13 Feb 2007) $ # by Keiju ISHITSUKA(email@example.com) # require "irb" if __FILE__ == $0 IRB.start(__FILE__) else # check -e option if /^-e$/ =~ $0 IRB.start(__FILE__) else IRB.setup(__FILE__) end end __END__ :endofruby