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03 Aug, 2011 09:15 AM
I am a complete newbie to Ruby and Gems. I just wanted to try
out an open source Gem tool for testing, and installed Ruby, then
Gem, and managed to install the test tool I wanted to try out -
My question is, because I don't have the time to learn
everything about Ruby just to try out this tool, which has only
.rdoc documentation attached - how do I run the package?
do I have to create a ruby program that requires this gem? and
if so, what is the quickest way to do that?
thanks for you patience with my questions
2 Posted by Ryan Davis on 03 Aug, 2011 08:47 PM
Yes, you need to write a program that uses the gem, meaning:
require "rubygems" # not needed on ruby 1.9
Beyond that, I can't help. You're going to have to buckle down
and learn ruby if you want to be effective with that gem.
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