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How do you read a .rdoc file on a Mac?

If I double-click it tells me there is no default application to read it.

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I found no references to "rdoc" extension except from Ruby RDoc automated documentation generator. In this context these files are plain text files with some wiki-like markup. They can be opened in any text editor (or rename it to .txt if you want).

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Hmm, if it is a Ruby Document file, I suppose you can just open it in a text editor (e.g. TextEdit).

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If you find TextEdit (or some other app) suitable, you can set it as default easily: superuser.com/questions/29016/… – Jonik Jan 30 '10 at 20:56

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