Ri-emacs promble


#1

when i use m_x ri in emacs,it show follow info:
couldn’t start ruby script.
i use winxp and ruby 1.8.4,emacs23.


#2

On Mon, 2007-01-22 at 10:49 +0900, Yang Jdong wrote:

when i use m_x ri in emacs,it show follow info:
couldn’t start ruby script.
i use winxp and ruby 1.8.4,emacs23.

I dunno, if its just me, but ri-emacs seems to be broken for the time
being. I choose a say F1 #=> Array and pressing enter on any method
takes me to the same page.

So, I am not able to drill down into method definitions and stuff.


#3

On Mon, 22 Jan 2007 11:02:25 +0900, Hemant K. wrote:

On Mon, 2007-01-22 at 10:49 +0900, Yang Jdong wrote:

when i use m_x ri in emacs,it show follow info: couldn’t start ruby
script.
i use winxp and ruby 1.8.4,emacs23.

I dunno, if its just me, but ri-emacs seems to be broken for the time
being. I choose a say F1 #=> Array and pressing enter on any method takes
me to the same page.

So, I am not able to drill down into method definitions and stuff.

Are you using the latest version of ri-emacs?

Note that the help buffer just displays the info, it is not a browser.
You need to type in the method at the minibuffer (using completion if
you like), just like it works for emacs lisp.

There is now a mailing list:
Please send your questions there. I may not be reading this newsgroup,
and the discussion may be interesting for other users.
You can subscribe here:
http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/ri-emacs-users

Thanks for using ri-emacs,
Kristof


#4

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Kristof B. wrote:

On Mon, 22 Jan 2007 11:02:25 +0900, Hemant K. wrote:

On Mon, 2007-01-22 at 10:49 +0900, Yang Jdong wrote:

when i use m_x ri in emacs,it show follow info: couldn’t start ruby
script.
i use winxp and ruby 1.8.4,emacs23.

I dunno, if its just me, but ri-emacs seems to be broken for the time
being. I choose a say F1 #=> Array and pressing enter on any method takes
me to the same page.

So, I am not able to drill down into method definitions and stuff.

Are you using the latest version of ri-emacs?

Note that the help buffer just displays the info, it is not a browser.
You need to type in the method at the minibuffer (using completion if
you like), just like it works for emacs lisp.

There is now a mailing list:
Please send your questions there. I may not be reading this newsgroup,
and the discussion may be interesting for other users.
You can subscribe here:
http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/ri-emacs-users

Thanks for using ri-emacs,
Kristof


#5

On Wed, 24 Jan 2007 16:10:24 +0900, Yang Jdong wrote:

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No messages have been posted to this list yet, so the archives are
currently empty. You can get more information about this list.

Yes, I created the list just recently (because I realised rubyforge
doesn’t create one by default), so naturally there are no archives yet.
Please send your problem to the list address I gave above.

Kristof B.