RUBYLIB environment variable?

Hi,

I did some Googling, but I didn’t see anything about this particular
issue. It seems that IronRuby (the latest release from rubyforge)
ignores the RUBYLIB environment variable, leaving $: set to the default.

The only way to add local paths seems to be to use the -I command line
arguments. While this works, I’m surprised that RUBYLIB isn’t
supported. I was pleasantly surprised when I installed JRuby and fired
it up to test things and noticed that I didn’t have to do anything
different than in MRE to have it find files.

I didn’t see any issues about this on CodePlex, but I wanted to check
before I entered one.

Cheers,

ast

Andrew S. Townley [email protected]
http://atownley.org

2009/4/22 Andrew S. Townley [email protected]:

The only way to add local paths seems to be to use the -I command line
arguments. Â While this works, I’m surprised that RUBYLIB isn’t
supported. Â I was pleasantly surprised when I installed JRuby and fired
it up to test things and noticed that I didn’t have to do anything
different than in MRE to have it find files.

IronRuby is not as mature as JRuby.

I didn’t see any issues about this on CodePlex, but I wanted to check
before I entered one.

Please enter one!

On Wed, 2009-04-22 at 21:55 +0900, Seo S. wrote:

2009/4/22 Andrew S. Townley [email protected]:

The only way to add local paths seems to be to use the -I command line
arguments. While this works, I’m surprised that RUBYLIB isn’t
supported. I was pleasantly surprised when I installed JRuby and fired
it up to test things and noticed that I didn’t have to do anything
different than in MRE to have it find files.

IronRuby is not as mature as JRuby.

Yeah, I know… :slight_smile: Still, this is one of the main features that I use
when doing local development so I don’t have to remember/retype long
command lines when I’m experimenting or running commands.

I didn’t see any issues about this on CodePlex, but I wanted to check
before I entered one.

Please enter one!

Done. http://ironruby.codeplex.com/WorkItem/View.aspx?WorkItemId=718

Cheers,

ast

Andrew S. Townley [email protected]
http://atownley.org

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