Phil Hagelberg wrote:
> On Fri, 2006-02-17 at 06:12 +0900, Ezra Zygmuntowicz wrote:
>> Other thoughts or suggestions? I'm all ears at this point
> 
> Awesome idea.
> 
> Make sure it has an .irbrc with require 'irb/completion' in it. 

Also, sticking this in ~/.irbrc helps:

  # Works both with constants and strings (ri Hash vs ri 'Hash')
  def ri(obj)
    puts `ri #{obj}`
  end

>                                                                  Make
> sure it includes Ruby-GNOME2. Ruby-Gecko[1] as the default browser would
> be a nice touch, if not the most effective choice. =D
> 
> Also, ruby-electric[2] is a nice emacs mode. chris2 has some nifty ruby
> stuff[3] that requires emacs22 if you are thinking of going that route.
> 
> I would advise against using MMM-mode for ERB by default since it seems
> to usually be more trouble than it's worth. CSS-mode is worth including.
> 
> You can see my .emacs[4], but it's nothing special.
> 
> -Phil Hagelberg
> 
> 1 - http://ruby-gnome2.sourceforge.jp/hiki.cgi?RubyGecko
> 2 - http://shylock.uw.hu/Emacs/ruby-electric.el
> 3 -
> http://chneukirchen.org/blog/archive/2004/09/ete-errors-to-emacs.html
> 4 - http://dev.technomancy.us/phil/browser/dotfiles


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