The Accidental Rubyist

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ncurses ruby gem

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I had in the installation of rbcurse, asked for the gem of ncurses-ruby to be installed.
Appa, there is no such gem so I must have downloaded the tgz from and put it into the gem folder or something like that and forgotten about it.

After trying something like that, i browsed around again, and found that elliottcable has released a gem for the same. Its on . I took the easy way out and have installed that gem. Now it seems all my case statements have a colon in them, so lots of changes to do.

I suppose any gem i use must also run on 1.9.

There’s also this page I found, but have not tried it out.


Written by totalrecall

October 2, 2009 at 2:07 pm

Posted in ncurses

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