On Wednesday 23 November 2005 16:59, Jeremy Voorhis wrote:
Webrick and Sqlite seem to be your options - they are both good and
fine within their limits, but you certainly won’t distribute anything
large scale on this stack.
This really isn’t obfuscation - remember, it is also a fairly trivial
task to disassemble .NET with the available tools and although I am
not certain, I would imagine Java assemblies can be poked inside of
Well, there is the dotfuscator. It does a good job of mixing everything
your intermediate language code to confuse everyone (probably the
But really, “compiling” your ruby app with rubyscript2exe will lend a
executable. But when you run it, if you check in the /tmp directory,
find a folder that contains all your code. They do have to be smart
to check there though.
If you wait until Ruby 2.0 we’ll all be byte compiled. Still poke-able,
not nearly as much.