On Sunday 14 July 2002 00:46, you wrote:
> Here's a question for you.
>
> When you double-click on a
> .rb (or .rbw) file in Windows,
> it associates it with Ruby and
> runs it properly. Well and
> good. (I think this trick is
> accomplished by Andy's installer?)
>
> Now: How can I achieve this from
> the command line? I.e., I want to
> run foo.rb simply by typing its
> name. (Yes, I spend a significant
> amount of my Windows time at the
> so-called DOS prompt.)
>
> I think there's a way. I think I
> read about it once. But I can't
> find it now.
>
> Thanks,
> Hal Fulton

It's possible with NT cmd.exe, not Win9x DOS Prompt
(Or maybe there is?)