VIM has the ability to have an embedded Ruby interpreter.

See http://vim.sourceforge.net/ 

Jeff.

On Thu, Aug 01, 2002 at 02:27:54AM +0900, Jani Alanko wrote:
> Subject is not exactly right but I was too lazy to invent something that
> makes more sense. :)
> 
> I am not programmer at all (yet) and not familiar with Ruby (yet), but there
> is this one idea that I have been toying with for some while in my mind.
> 
> Has anybody ever thought of writing and editor that contains Ruby
> interpreter? Some sort of Emacs of the Ruby land?
> 
> I have been thinking this ever since I tried to use Xemacs and looked into
> one of those lisp files. Some people say that Emacs is greatest program ever
> written and perhaps the only program you have to start all day. Well, could
> be but I saw nothing but a big pile of messy lisp code.
> 
> What do you think?

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