grrr.... that's not what the man pages, books, and everything else say...

On 8/31/2006, "Logan Capaldo" <logancapaldo / gmail.com> wrote:

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>On Aug 30, 2006, at 11:49 PM, Tom Allison wrote:
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>> I'm trying to run 'ruby -d foo.rb' and the d is either ignored or I
>> don't understand how it works.  The code just runs as if there is
>> no -d option.
>>
>> Does this require something at compile time of Ruby that I might
>> have overlooked?
>>
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>Maybe you wanted ruby -rdebug -d foo.rb ?
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