Ruby - Hide "^C" on Interrupt
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In Ruby I have the following:
# Trap Interrupts trap("INT") do puts "Shutting down..." exit end
When I interrupt the program, the following is printed (Mac OSX Lion):
Is there any way to hide
^C from within Ruby?
Whether control characters are echoed is a property of the tty you're using.
stty -echoctl is the Unix way to disable echoing of control characters. You can run this command from within your Ruby script and achieve the same effect if you're using a Unix-ish system.
Where's Max: Hide-and-Seek Game with Max and Ruby, In today's exploration of the hidden gems in Ruby's standard library, we're going to look at delegation. Unfortunately, this term—like so many Ruby: If you won't let me hide, then I'm not playing. I'm going to have milk and cookies with my dollies instead. (Max thinks Ruby is gonna hide. He puts on his shirt and his overalls on too.
I've found that in my Python programs on Linux and Mac OS X terminals I can hide the ^C by starting the message with a carriage return (\r). It feels like a hack but it works just fine.
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You can also use backspace characters to erase the
trap("INT") do puts "\b"*2 + "Shutting down..." exit end
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"Max & Ruby" Hide and Seek/Max's Breakfast/Louise's Secret (TV , For ruby version 1.8 (or Ruby < 1.9) I used read shell builtin as mentioned by @Charles. Putting the code thats just enough to prompt for user name & password, where user name will be echoed to screen while typing in however password typed in would be silent.
- Begin the exit message with a 'C' (something like
Closing link...) and then omitting the 'C' :) (Still would have the