How to type { [ in irb?

Hello,

I have danish keyboard, and I cannot figure out how to type { [ in the
ruby irb ?

Any help out there :slight_smile:

Thanks

/Jamal

Hi,

Am Freitag, 07. Sep 2007, 15:07:00 +0900 schrieb Jamal S.:

I have danish keyboard, and I cannot figure out how to type { [ in the
ruby irb ?

Suppose you’re on a really poor O$.

http://www.google.de/search?q=irb+windows+special+characters

Follow the first hit.

http://peterkrantz.com/2005/irb-for-nonen-keyboards/

Hope that helps.

Bertram

Thanks,

For other people facing the same problem, type in the commandline:

irb --noreadline

Bertram S. wrote:

Hi,

Am Freitag, 07. Sep 2007, 15:07:00 +0900 schrieb Jamal S.:

I have danish keyboard, and I cannot figure out how to type { [ in the
ruby irb ?

Suppose you’re on a really poor O$.

http://www.google.de/search?q=irb+windows+special+characters

Follow the first hit.

http://peterkrantz.com/2005/irb-for-nonen-keyboards/

Hope that helps.

Bertram

I facing the same problem with RubyonRails console ??? :((((

ruby script/console

On Sat, Sep 08, 2007, Jamal S. wrote:

I facing the same problem with RubyonRails console ??? :((((

ruby script/console

That’s because the Rails console is irb. Whatever you did to fix IRB
should work for console too.

Ben

Ben B. wrote:

On Sat, Sep 08, 2007, Jamal S. wrote:

I facing the same problem with RubyonRails console ??? :((((

ruby script/console

That’s because the Rails console is irb. Whatever you did to fix IRB
should work for console too.

Ben

I just type

irb --noreadline

and it works, but with rails

ruby script/console

it doesn’t work, and it does not accept any arguments as follow

ruby script/console --noreadline

:frowning:

I just type

irb --noreadline

it doesn’t work, and it does not accept any arguments as follow

ruby script/console --noreadline

here’s a slightly hacky way to do it;

ruby script/console --irb=“irb --noreadline”

Matthew R. wrote:

I just type

irb --noreadline

it doesn’t work, and it does not accept any arguments as follow

ruby script/console --noreadline

here’s a slightly hacky way to do it;

ruby script/console --irb=“irb --noreadline”

Thank you very much :slight_smile:

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