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ruby shell?

From: Bruce I.
Sent on: Tuesday, January 8, 2013 1:00 PM
I'm a big fan of zsh, I even contribute to a community of open source shell script programs; I can cover a bit more, off this Ruby topic.
Thus, I regret missing the talk on embedding mruby into zsh.
Please let me know, where I read about this info. All I could find was
which is a good place to contribute.

In the mean time, you can enhance zsh with
and beginners can install fizsh

Perhaps you all already know about oh-my-zsh's capacity to enhance the Ruby development env; feel free to bring up tips.
I got sucked in to the ancient rituals of sacred Bourne shell compatibility, which makes sense for systems programmers, but handicaps app developers.

Can we achieve the grail of rapid, interactive Ruby prototyping, with command completion, even Fish menus?
Do tell!

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