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Roeland Moors wrote:
> >>
> >>Here is a simple ruby test program:
> >>
> >><-- CODE -->
> >>#!/usr/bin/env ruby -w
> >>
> >>gnucap = IO.popen("gnucap", "w+")
> >>output = ""
> >>while output !~ /.*#{"gnucap>"}$/
> >>     char = gnucap.getc.chr
> >>     output += char
> >>end
> >>puts "ok"
> >><-- CODE -->
> >>
> [...] I found a solution
> I just send an extra empty command after each command.
>

Thanks for the feedback, Roeland.

Could you show a small example like your original one
with the change you made, please ?

It may be useful to others with a similar problem
and I might try it if I can get gnucap to compile
with Borland 5.5.


Cheers,

daz