Take a look it this online interpreter

Hi,

I was looking for an online interpreter and I found this, I think its
awesome since you can now practice your code anywhere plus you can use
it to try you code when asking a question in this mailing list.

I just thought it would be nice to share it…

http://codepad.org/

Thanks

I’ve used codepad in the past, but the online iterpreter at ideone.com
uses ruby 1.9.2, so I use that now.

I didn’t know something like this existed. Thats awesome because I can
now practice Ruby even on my iPhone.

Great, I will check Ideone too…

On 2011-04-14, at 17:40, Fily S. wrote:

I didn’t know something like this existed. Thats awesome because I can
now practice Ruby even on my iPhone.

I just the other day downloaded the Scripting Layer for Android, which
allows you to run JRuby. I haven’t done anything significant with it
yet, but it was fun making my Motorola Milestone say `Hello, world!’

http://code.google.com/p/android-scripting

– vincent

i just checked out http://ideone.com/ and it’s the only thing like this
i’ve
found so far that highlights syntax as you’re typing! i think that’s
pretty
damn spiffy if you ask me! i’m going to have to bookmark this on my
tablet.
hex

Vincent M. wrote in post #992897:

On 2011-04-14, at 17:40, Fily S. wrote:

I didn’t know something like this existed. Thats awesome because I can
now practice Ruby even on my iPhone.

I just the other day downloaded the Scripting Layer for Android, which
allows you to run JRuby. I haven’t done anything significant with it
yet, but it was fun making my Motorola Milestone say `Hello, world!’

http://code.google.com/p/android-scripting

Or you could just install Rubuto from the marketplace.

.serialhex … wrote in post #992905:

i just checked out http://ideone.com/ and it’s the only thing like this
i’ve
found so far that highlights syntax as you’re typing!

lol. I never saw that. And once you check syntax highlighting, a
toolbar appears that lets you go full screen.

that’s
pretty
damn spiffy if you ask me!

Now if only the editor could do automatic indenting…

On Fri, Apr 15, 2011 at 11:08:01PM +0900, Brian C. wrote:

Vincent M. wrote in post #992897:

I just the other day downloaded the Scripting Layer for Android,
which allows you to run JRuby. I haven’t done anything significant
with it yet, but it was fun making my Motorola Milestone say `Hello,
world!’

Or you could just install Rubuto from the marketplace.

SL4A provides a fair bit more than Ruboto does:

Try the SL4A scripting environment for your Android device
http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/programming-and-development/?p=3932

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