Irbtools 1.0.0 released

Irbtools 1.0.0 has been released. Irbtools is a meta gem that installs
useful irb gems and configures your irb. It’s easy to use and much more
fun than a vanilla irb ;).

This latest release focused on decreasing the annoying start-up time
caused by loading too much libraries, so it offers multiple loading
methods, including autoload and threads.

The default set of gems includes

Check it out at https://github.com/janlelis/irbtools

By the way, thanks to all irbtools users for using it :slight_smile:

J-_-L

Thanks for packaging that gem!
Wunderbar!

Content preview: Hi, On 18.05.2011 23:56, Jan L. wrote: > Irbtools
1.0.0
has been released. Irbtools is a meta gem that installs > useful irb
gems
and configures your irb. It’s easy to use and much more > fun than a
vanilla
irb ;). […]

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Hi,

On 18.05.2011 23:56, Jan L. wrote:

Irbtools 1.0.0 has been released. Irbtools is a meta gem that installs
useful irb gems and configures your irb. It’s easy to use and much more
fun than a vanilla irb ;).

thanks, very useful indeed!

I’m working on a terminal with dark background color and the default
rocket prompt in blue was barely readable. You can change that with

FancyIrb.options[:colorize][:rocket_prompt] = :cyan # or whatever :wink:

I initially though this was a wirb issue and pestered it’s author who
was kind enough to provide me with this line (coincidentally he’s the
author of FancyIrb too, so … :slight_smile:

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