i am an emacs-using-addict, i admit it; and so,
when i started learning ruby a week or so ago i
also began using emacs (with ruby-mode.el) to
edit and execute bits of code.  (i still haven't
figured-out what ruby window is or what it's for.)

at this point however, i am tired of the mark region
(M-<, M->), execute shell command 'ruby' on region
(M-|, ruby, [enter]) sequence.  is there an easier
way to execute ruby on a given buffer, e.g., like
auctex's "C-c c" for (La)TeX?  as a bonus auctex's
mode automagically takes you to the line in the code
that failed .

thanks,


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