Proof of concept for an interactive Ruby repl, like irb. I tried to add multilines by checking syntax with
$ ruby -c but couldn't get it to work well, so removed it.
Takes arguments to set the prompt and result. Use "[ESCAPE]" for an escape character, current line is stored in $linenum. Embed Ruby with erb.
$ ./irb $ ./irb -result='RESULT: ' $ ./irb -prompt='line:<%= $linenum %>: ' $ ./irb -result='[ESCAPE][31mRESULT: [ESCAPE][32m' -prompt='(<%= Time.now.strftime("%I:%M:%S %p") %> - Line:<%= $linenum %>)>> '
This code is unmaintained.
If you do something interesting with it, let me know so I can be happy.
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