Hi Michael,

Thanks for the load tip..I knew there must be something like that...as 
far as RDE, I played with it once and didn't like the feel and as 
people have been discussing today, i couldn't seem to turn off a lot of 
annoying invisibles...guess i'll try again if you think it's worth it...
thanks!
jack

----- Original Message -----
From: Michael Kelly <mkelly2002NOSPAM / earthlink.net>
Date: Friday, January 4, 2002 7:33 pm
Subject: [ruby-talk:30253] Re: rubywin

> On Fri, 04 Jan 2002 23:35:24 GMT, dempsejn / georgetown.edu wrote:
> 
> >.perhaps this is expected behavior, but short of quitting 
> >the program and opening it again i can't seem to "refresh" 
> anything to 
> >get the new changes to work...can anyone point out where i'm 
> being 
> >moronic?
> 
> Hi.  See 'load' in the documentation.
> Also you might want to check out
> RDE development environment for
> Windows.  I just put RubyWin and
> the whole installation that includes
> it from Pragmatic Programmers book
> download, on my system and RDE
> seems quite a bit more stable and
> useful at present.
> 
> The html help that comes with the
> Pragmatic Programmers install is
> much better but there's an option
> where you can point RDE to use
> that help file instead.
> 
> 
> 
> Mike
> 
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> 
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