Karl von Laudermann wrote:

> Neil Stevens <neil @ hakubi.us> wrote in message
> news:<PtLyc.14708$tA6.11021 / nwrddc03.gnilink.net>...
>>
>> Yes, make sure to do /usr/bin/env ruby, not /usr/local/bin/ruby.  The
>> former will work work for more people (like those who have to put ruby in
>> $(HOME)/bin).
> 
> I just tried that, but I get an error if I try to pass ruby any
> command line options, like -w. Is there a way around this?
> 
> The error I get is:
> env: ruby -w: No such file or directory

Works here.  That's unfortunate if it doesn't work everywhere.

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