Raphael Clancy wrote:

> Thanks! that helps a bunch... looks like I should spend a little more time
> with irb :)

It's one of the nicest command line interpreters I've used. The editing
and completion are great, and sub-irbs are nice. The one thing I would
wish for is multiline history, like in zsh. In irb, I always find myself
hitting up N times, and repeating that for each line of the code I want
to re-enter.