Using MyST Markdown for Ruby language

I’d like to be able to execute MyST Markdown CodeFences (not only in Python but also) in Ruby (programming) language.

Please let me know if you have any ideas for that.

It should be possible, all you’d need to do is use a ruby kernel in the notebook instead of a python kernel.

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Thank you for your reply. I will try

  formats: md:myst
    extension: .md
    format_name: myst
    format_version: '0.8'
    jupytext_version: 1.4.1+dev
  display_name: iruby
  language: ruby
  name: iruby

# My simple notebook

Some **intro markdown**!

```{code-cell} iruby
p "A Ruby Cell"

And I will reply the result here.