scite

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Priyank Shah, Aug 2, 2010.

  1. Priyank Shah

    Priyank Shah Guest

    hi,

    I want seperate use of scite so i taken the source and scite editor run
    but

    i cannot able to execute any ruby script.

    I have not installed it with ruby. I had taken source seperatly and run
    scite application.

    Please let me know if any of you have any idea.

    Thanks,
    Priyank Shah
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    Roger Pack Guest

    Roger Pack, Aug 2, 2010
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  3. Priyank Shah

    Priyank Shah Guest

    Roger Pack wrote:
    >> i cannot able to execute any ruby script.

    >
    > is ruby.exe in your path?


    hi,

    Thanks for reply.

    But i can't got it where you want to say to set the the path.

    i can run script from command prompt using ruby commnad.

    But i have separat scite editor which i had download and run it but in
    that,

    script is not run.

    Thanks,
    Priyank Shah
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    Priyank Shah, Aug 3, 2010
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    Quintus Guest

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    Am 03.08.2010 12:52, schrieb Priyank Shah:
    > Roger Pack wrote:
    >>> i cannot able to execute any ruby script.

    >>
    >> is ruby.exe in your path?

    >
    > hi,
    >
    > Thanks for reply.
    >
    > But i can't got it where you want to say to set the the path.
    >
    > i can run script from command prompt using ruby commnad.
    >
    > But i have separat scite editor which i had download and run it but in
    > that,
    >
    > script is not run.
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Priyank Shah


    Does your script name and/or directory name contain spaces? SciTE has
    problems managing whitespace characters in its default settings. Open up
    your Ruby properties file (Options -> Edit properties -> Open
    ruby.properties) and look for the lines saying

    command.go.*.rb=ruby $(FileNameExt)
    command.go.*.rbw=rubyw $(FileNameExt)

    Note that they appear twice, once for GTK and once for Windows. Choose
    the one according to your platform and change them to:

    command.go.*.rb=ruby "$(FileNameExt)"
    command.go.*.rbw=rubyw "$(FileNameExt)"

    You could also make Ruby display warnings by default. Use:

    command.go.*.rb=ruby -w "$(FileNameExt)"
    command.go.*.rbw=rubyw -w "$(FileNameExt)"

    Restart SciTE after the modifications.
    If that doesn't do it, please post the error you're getting.

    Vale,
    Marvin
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