In Files

  • irb/input-method.rb

Included Modules

IRB::ReadlineInputMethod

Public Class Methods

new() click to toggle source

Creates a new input method object using Readline

 
               # File irb/input-method.rb, line 135
def initialize
  super

  @line_no = 0
  @line = []
  @eof = false

  @stdin = IO.open(STDIN.to_i, :external_encoding => IRB.conf[:LC_MESSAGES].encoding, :internal_encoding => "-")
  @stdout = IO.open(STDOUT.to_i, 'w', :external_encoding => IRB.conf[:LC_MESSAGES].encoding, :internal_encoding => "-")
end
            

Public Instance Methods

encoding() click to toggle source

The external encoding for standard input.

 
               # File irb/input-method.rb, line 187
def encoding
  @stdin.external_encoding
end
            
eof?() click to toggle source

Whether the end of this input method has been reached, returns true if there is no more data to read.

See IO#eof? for more information.

 
               # File irb/input-method.rb, line 165
def eof?
  @eof
end
            
gets() click to toggle source

Reads the next line from this input method.

See IO#gets for more information.

 
               # File irb/input-method.rb, line 149
def gets
  Readline.input = @stdin
  Readline.output = @stdout
  if l = readline(@prompt, false)
    HISTORY.push(l) if !l.empty?
    @line[@line_no += 1] = l + "\n"
  else
    @eof = true
    l
  end
end
            
line(line_no) click to toggle source

Returns the current line number for io.

line counts the number of times gets is called.

See IO#lineno for more information.

 
               # File irb/input-method.rb, line 182
def line(line_no)
  @line[line_no]
end
            
readable_after_eof?() click to toggle source

Whether this input method is still readable when there is no more data to read.

See IO#eof for more information.

 
               # File irb/input-method.rb, line 173
def readable_after_eof?
  true
end
            

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