Running script on Windows XP

Hi

I’m using Ruby 1.9.1p378 on Windows XP and I’m having a very bad time
trying to run a script with no errors - I am opening a CMD windows and
typing

ruby test.rb

Then I am opening several HTML page - I am NOT ‘puts’ -ing them, just
parsing them with nokogiri.

What I get is all the html I am parsing being output. I get this even if
I comment out all puts statements.

Is there something about nokogiri or ruby that coule be doing this?

Thanks

Joe

Joe B.s wrote:

Hi

I’m using Ruby 1.9.1p378 on Windows XP and I’m having a very bad time
trying to run a script with no errors - I am opening a CMD windows and
typing

ruby test.rb

Then I am opening several HTML page - I am NOT ‘puts’ -ing them, just
parsing them with nokogiri.

What I get is all the html I am parsing being output. I get this even if
I comment out all puts statements.

Is there something about nokogiri or ruby that coule be doing this?

Thanks

Joe

Hi, I think you will be happy with instantrail!

i am on windows 7 and it works perfectly!

http://instantrails.rubyforge.org/wiki/wiki.pl

On 4/18/2010 12:32 PM, Joe B.s wrote:

What I get is all the html I am parsing being output. I get this even if
I comment out all puts statements.

Is there something about nokogiri or ruby that coule be doing this?

Thanks

Joe

No. If you provide code however, we might be able to tell you what is.

On Mon, Apr 19, 2010 at 03:32:28AM +0900, Joe B.s wrote:

parsing them with nokogiri.

What I get is all the html I am parsing being output. I get this even if
I comment out all puts statements.

Is there something about nokogiri or ruby that coule be doing this?

It’s hard to say. Can you put the contents of “test.rb” somewhere so
that we can review the code?

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