You can clone with
Check The Ruby 1.9 Debugger Project to see if there is already a package made for your OS.
Many people use rvm to allow multiple versions of Ruby and gems to coexist.
If you have rvm installed and want to try several steps in one shot, then run:
$ bash < <( curl http://ruby-19-debugger.googlecode.com/git/patches/scripts/rvm-install-tf )
$ rvm use ruby-1.9.3-p374-ndebugger
$ gem install trepanning
$ trepan irb
(trepan): # try: "help" or "quit" or EOF to leave
Wasn’t that easy?
Last edited by David Rodríguez, August 12, 2013