[Ironruby-core] Open-Uri Path in App.Config

Mohammad Azam lists at ruby-forum.com
Mon Mar 1 11:38:03 EST 2010


Hi,

>> Probably because your app config is in a different location than ir.exe.

Do you mean the ironruby app config or my application app config? My 
application config is in my application directory. The question is that 
why it is not reading my application config automatically.

Thanks,
Azam


Jim Deville wrote:
> Probably because your app config is in a different location than ir.exe.
> 
> Try this. Replace:
> 
> static void Main(string[] args)
>         {
>             var url = "http://www.google.com";
> 
>             var engine = IronRuby.Ruby.CreateEngine();
> 
>             var paths = new List<String>();
>             paths.Add(@"C:\DevTools\ironruby-1.0-rc1\lib");
>             paths.Add(@"C:\DevTools\ironruby-1.0-rc1\lib\ruby\site_ruby\1.8");
>             paths.Add(@"C:\DevTools\ironruby-1.0-rc1\lib\ruby\site_ruby");
>             paths.Add(@"C:\DevTools\ironruby-1.0-rc1\lib\ruby\1.8");
> 
> 
>             engine.SetSearchPaths(paths);
> 
>             engine.ExecuteFile("../../screenscraper.rb");
>             var obj =
> engine.Runtime.Globals.GetVariable("ScreenScraper");
> 
>             var screenScraper = engine.Operations.CreateInstance(obj);
> 
>             var html = engine.Operations.InvokeMember(screenScraper,
> "scrape", url);
> 
>             Console.WriteLine(html);
> 
>         }
> With:
> 
> static void Main(string[] args)
>         {
>             var url = "http://www.google.com";
>             var setup = ScriptRuntimeSetup.ReadConfiguration();
>             var scriptRuntime = Ruby.CreateRuntime(setup);
>             var engine = Ruby.GetEngine(Runtime);
>             //the following line might not be needed in this case
>              var context = Ruby.GetExecutionContext(Engine);
> 
>             engine.ExecuteFile("../../screenscraper.rb");
>             var obj =
> engine.Runtime.Globals.GetVariable("ScreenScraper");
> 
>             var screenScraper = engine.Operations.CreateInstance(obj);
> 
>             var html = engine.Operations.InvokeMember(screenScraper,
> "scrape", url);
> 
>             Console.WriteLine(html);
> 
>         }

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