Windows stty IRB question

I am on windows XP and when I run IRB ruby version 1.8.7-p249 I get a
STTY error

G:>irb
stty: Unknown mode: g
stty: Unknown mode: icrnl
irb(main):001:0>

Where can I fix the IRB sty call?

Thanks


Robert K.

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G:>irb
stty: Unknown mode: g
stty: Unknown mode: icrnl
Where can I fix the IRB sty call?

Which stty.exe is it calling? It’s probably calling into a wrong one,
like cygwin or something…

Roger P. wrote:

G:>irb
stty: Unknown mode: g
stty: Unknown mode: icrnl
Where can I fix the IRB sty call?

Which stty.exe is it calling? It’s probably calling into a wrong one,
like cygwin or something…

It is calling the wks version…, is there a way to edit what irb is
calling?

robert

Robert K. wrote:

Roger P. wrote:

G:>irb
stty: Unknown mode: g
stty: Unknown mode: icrnl
Where can I fix the IRB sty call?

Which stty.exe is it calling? It’s probably calling into a wrong one,
like cygwin or something…

It is calling the wks version…, is there a way to edit what irb is
calling?

I think it calls out to “stty.exe” and “if it’s there, uses it, if not
ignores it” (I’m just guessing here, but I think so).

Anyway work arounds might be to remove the wks version from your path,
possibly to set the TERM variable to something different…

-r

That was the answer. Windows in this case works if you set the TERM to
nothing:

C:\set TERM=

Thanks

Robert K.

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