rwdruby uses the RubyWebDialogs GUI to run shell commands in a Web browser. It uses the rwdtinker framework for removal and installation of applets. You have a Ruby eval screen, a shell command line, and a shell script runner. You can edit scripts and run Ruby scripts.
|Tags||Desktop Environment tools|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Configuration files were fixed. All ruby script screens were moved to the front window. Unix shell command screens were moved to the back window. The changes to rwdtinker 1.79 to fix script editing were included.
Release Notes: A help button was added on the ruby tab. Suggestions are offered for ruby commands. The command text box was widened. Tabs were rearranged. As a part of rwdtinker, zip locations were fixed to be relative or absolute. Themes were made loadable.
Release Notes: acpi was combined into rwdshell and renamed to rwdruby. A big refactoring was done to work with rwdtinker 1.70+, so it should load and unload live, without restarting rwdtinker.
Release Notes: The configuration editing screen has been fixed. The application has been updated for rwdtinker 1.66 and includes a new helpabout method and a new document list method.
Release Notes: Help was added to some shell tabs. The Ruby script editor was corrected. The code was updated for rwdtinker 1.62. The distribution release script was improved. The selection screen was changed to use the new hash method, and the diagnostic tab was updated.