Restricting Objects in Ruby Shell

Is there a way in which the ruby IRB interface can be restricted. I
would
like only objects defined by my application can be accessed and only
some of
the ruby in-built objects can be made available to the user.

For example if I declare a class Employee then only this class should be
available through the irb session.

Look at _why the lucky stiff’s sandbox. With some work it could what
you want probably.

–Jeremy

On 6/11/07, SunRaySon [email protected] wrote:

Is there a way in which the ruby IRB interface can be restricted. I would
like only objects defined by my application can be accessed and only some of
the ruby in-built objects can be made available to the user.

For example if I declare a class Employee then only this class should be
available through the irb session.


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