Hi,

At Wed, 16 May 2007 00:41:43 +0900,
Ronald Fischer wrote in [ruby-talk:251715]:
> The installer of the Windows version of Ruby creates - at least on systems 
> using a keyboard with European layout - a file named inputrc.euro in the
> bin directory of Ruby. As far I can tell, interactive Ruby tools (that is:
> irb) are using the file (via readline.dll) to access characters such as
> '[' or '}', which need to be accessed using the 'AltGr' modifier on European
> keyboards. In order that readline.dll can find this configuration file, the
> environment variable INPUTRC on the system is silently set to this path.

Doesn't that readline.dll have the default value of INPUTRC?

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Nobu Nakada