Jaypee wrote:
> SpringFlowers AutumnMoon a écrit :
>> I am using jEdit on windows for Ruby, and it seems to lack a function to
>> run code by popping up a new window.  (by pressing F5 like in IDLE for
>> Python, or %-R  for mac using TextMate).  The result window on TextMate
>> looks really good by the way.
>
> Sure you can, You need to configure the Console plugin to dislay the
> "commando" buttons, one of them is Ruby, it'll start a simple non-ansi
> terminal emulation window displaying the output of the interpretation of
> the current buffer. Non-ansi means you cannot run "curses" kind of 
> programs.

finally it installed after getting the "errorlist" plug-in...
but the Plugins -> Console -> Commando
doesn't have any Ruby choice.

I even downloaded the Ruby plugin, still not there...

wow...  it is more complicated than learning the Singleton pattern.

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