SciTE

Once I have entered code, how do I compile it? The compile option (in
Tool) is gray and cannot be used.

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Ruby code doesn't need to be compiled. It's an interpreted language,
so you fire the interpreter and give it your file.
Within Scite you have to save the file as a .rb file and then Tools
--> Go (or F5). This will open a side pane with the execution of the
command "ruby yourfile.rb".

Of course you can also do that yourself in a terminal.

Jesus.

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On Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 4:42 PM, Blackthirteen Blackthirteen <karvboy@hotmail.com> wrote:

Once I have entered code, how do I compile it? The compile option (in
Tool) is gray and cannot be used.

You don't need to compile ruby; it is an interpreted language. Scite
is a cross-language editor

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On Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 3:42 PM, Blackthirteen Blackthirteen <karvboy@hotmail.com> wrote:

Once I have entered code, how do I compile it? The compile option (in
Tool) is gray and cannot be used.
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