man jruby Command

Man page for apt-get jruby Command

Man Page for jruby in Linux

Ubuntu Man Command : man jruby

Man Jruby  Command

This tutorial shows the man page for man jruby in linux.

Open terminal with 'su' access and type the command as shown below:
man jruby

Result of the Command Execution shown below:

JRUBY(1)                                                                        LOCAL                                                                       JRUBY(1)

NAME
jruby  Äî Interpreted object oriented scripting language

SYNOPSIS
jruby [ copyright] [ version] [ Sacdlnpswvy] [ 0[octal]] [ C directory] [ F pattern] [ I directory] [ K c] [ T[level]] [ e command] [ i[extension]]
[ r library] [ x[directory]] [ ] [program_file] [argument ...]

DESCRIPTION
Jruby is a 100% pure Java implementation of Ruby, an interpreted scripting language for quick and easy object oriented programming. It has many features to
process text files and to do system management tasks (as in Perl). It is simple, straight forward, and extensible.

OPTIONS
Ruby interpreter accepts following command line options (switches). They are quite similar to those of perl(1).

copyright Prints the copyright notice.

version Prints the version of Ruby interpreter.

0[octal] (The digit  Äúzero Äù.) Specifies the input record separator ($/) as an octal number. If no digit is given, the null character is taken as the sep Äê
arator. Other switches may follow the digits. 00 turns Ruby into paragraph mode. 0777 makes Ruby read whole file at once as a single string
since there is no legal character with that value.

C directory Causes Ruby to switch to the directory.

F pattern Specifies input field separator ($;).

I directory Used to tell Ruby where to load the library scripts. Directory path will be added to the load path variable ($:).

K kcode Specifies KANJI (Japanese) encoding.

S Makes Ruby use the PATH environment variable to search for script, unless if its name begins with a slash. This is used to emulate


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