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diff --git a/bin/ri b/bin/ri
index ae793f6..e563521 100755
--- a/bin/ri
+++ b/bin/ri
@@ -1,49 +1,6 @@
-#!/usr/bin/env ruby
-# usage:
-#
-# ri name...
-#
-# where name can be
-#
-# Class | Class::method | Class#method | Class.method | method
-#
-# All names may be abbreviated to their minimum unambiguous form. If a name
-# _is_ ambiguous, all valid options will be listed.
-#
-# The form '.' method matches either class or instance methods, while
-# #method matches only instance and ::method matches only class methods.
-#
-#
-# == Installing Documentation
-#
-# 'ri' uses a database of documentation built by the RDoc utility.
-#
-# So, how do you install this documentation on your system?
-# It depends on how you installed Ruby.
-#
-# <em>If you installed Ruby from source files</em> (that is, if it some point
-# you typed 'make' during the process :), you can install the RDoc
-# documentation yourself. Just go back to the place where you have
-# your Ruby source and type
-#
-# make install-doc
-#
-# You'll probably need to do this as a superuser, as the documentation
-# is installed in the Ruby target tree (normally somewhere under
-# <tt>/usr/local</tt>.
-#
-# <em>If you installed Ruby from a binary distribution</em> (perhaps
-# using a one-click installer, or using some other packaging system),
-# then the team that produced the package probably forgot to package
-# the documentation as well. Contact them, and see if they can add
-# it to the next release.
-#
-
+#!/usr//bin/env ruby
require 'rdoc/ri/ri_driver'
-######################################################################
-
-ri = RiDriver.new
-ri.process_args
+RDoc::RI::RiDriver.run ARGV