Designed by Tom Schaub is a widely used logo for the ruby programming language.
Sporting some flashy ruby icons, is the Scripting tab in the Arduino IDE. Upon startup, a listing of your ruby script files is generated from your Sketchbook directory.
Don't look, yet!
Of course there's no scripts in there, you need to crack open your ruby reference and create some. Once you do, you'll see how easy it is to automate repetitive tasks.
Hello_Arduino_World.rb code listing:
How about writing to a file from a ruby script? Well that's easy:
Antipasto Arduino IDE in versions 0.8.11 or greater.