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Re: Interacting with a Ruby program

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  • Andrew Stewart
    ... Chris, Thanks, that s an interesting approach and I d be intrigued to pursue it later. For now, though, I ll stick with the simpler `open` mechanism and
    Message 1 of 8 , Mar 26, 2010
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      On 25 Mar 2010, at 10:45, Chris Eidhof wrote:
      > I'm not sure if it helps, but you could do it the other way around.
      > MacVim implements the client part of the ODB editor suite [1]. So
      > you could have a MacRuby program that implements the server part and
      > then call MacVim.
      >
      > Alternatively, it shouldn't be to hard to patch MacVim to implement
      > the server part of the ODB Editor Suite as well. Then the MacRuby
      > program has to implement the client part.

      Chris,

      Thanks, that's an interesting approach and I'd be intrigued to pursue
      it later. For now, though, I'll stick with the simpler `open`
      mechanism and get that going first.

      Thanks and regards,

      Andy Stewart
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