Reid Thompson wrote in post #894443:
>> gvim and notepad++ are offered
>>
>> Yea, but they are good general editors, I want something more
>> Ruby oriented...
>>
>
> http://homepage2.nifty.com/sakazuki/rde_en/

For similar functionality in Vim, check out the Screen[1] plugin
which sends text from a Vim buffer or selection to any console
application running inside a chosen GNU Screen session (and
therefore supports any REPL you want).  It even takes care of
starting up a new GNU Screen session for you, if you're lazy!

In particular, if you run `irb` or `ripl` or `pry` in your GNU
Screen session, then sending text from Vim to that session makes
this whole arrangement a powerful Ruby-oriented IDE.

[1]: https://github.com/ervandew/screen

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