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I just wrote a little .irbrc file which extends the IRB to an easy to use hacking tool. Most of the features (“Monkey Patches”) are only a kind of command aliasing to satisfy my laziness. But there are also some neat methods, like hexdump or decode_cisco7 which provide more complex functionalities.
Install the extension gem:
To get the extensions persitently loaded on starting the IRB add the following line to your .irbrc file which in general resides in your home directory. Note: You may need to create this file. require ‘pentex’
To determine the right directory you can use one of the following commands depending on your platform:
If the installation was successful you should see something like this after starting irb:
The most recent documentation is available via RubyGems.
[as]irb 1 ruby 2 transcoder 1 tool 2