[ANN] faster_require 0.9.2

Hello all.
Pleased to announce another update of the faster_require gem, which
makes loading ruby scripts far far faster in windows.

Halve your rails apps’ load/startup time!

Enjoy.
-r

Have you had a chance to see how https://gist.github.com/950154
interacts with faster_require on Windows?

On Wed, May 11, 2011 at 09:32:03AM +0900, Roger P. wrote:

https://github.com/rdp/faster_require

What’s the license?

Jon F. wrote in post #998010:

Have you had a chance to see how https://gist.github.com/950154
interacts with faster_require on Windows?

I haven’t tried it, but my guess is that it brings it in parity with
1.8.7 performance speedups.
Currently with 1.8.x it’s like a 75% speedup, with 1.9.2 it’s like a
100% speedup, so probably around there.
-r

On Thu, May 12, 2011 at 01:59:56PM +0900, Roger P. wrote:

https://github.com/rdp/faster_require

What’s the license?

any preference? whatever you want it to be… :slight_smile:

Given that Ruby appears to be switching to the BSD License with version
1.9.3, I think that’s probably an appropriate choice. If you basically
mean that anybody should be able to use it under whatever license they
like, though, a public domain declaration might be a good idea – though
there are issues with the public domain in some jurisdictions (e.g.,
France).

https://github.com/rdp/faster_require

What’s the license?

any preference? whatever you want it to be… :slight_smile:
-r

On Sat, May 14, 2011 at 03:52:25AM +0900, Roger P. wrote:

Given that Ruby appears to be switching to the BSD License with
version 1.9.3, I think that’s probably an appropriate choice. If you
basically mean that anybody should be able to use it under whatever
license they like

Switched it to BSD.
Good idea!

Thanks! Now, if I write an article about it for TechRepublic, I’ll know
what license to mention.

Given that Ruby appears to be switching to the BSD License with version
1.9.3, I think that’s probably an appropriate choice. If you basically
mean that anybody should be able to use it under whatever license they
like

Switched it to BSD.
Good idea!
-r

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