Compiling and obfuscating / jetty_rails

Hi Folks,

Perhaps I’m barking up the wrong tree here, but I’m trying to figure out
how
I can get Warbler to compile the ruby code in my rails app into compiled
Java classes. The point really is simply code obfuscation – I’m working
on
a proof-of-concept desktop app, really. Built in Rails. So far, so good,
works quite snappy on Tomcat and Mac OS X under Tomcat.

Tomcat is a little on the heavy side for distributing an app, by the
way.
Jetty looks like it might fit the bill quite nicely, and I came across
the
jetty_rails gem that creates handlers for you. However, it doesn’t
appear to
play nice with the rails 3 gems just yet. Anybody know if that’s still
being
maintained, or gone through the process of patching it? I’m doing the
require-whack-a-mole now.

Regards,
Billy

Hi Billy,

Check out the “compiled” and “executable” features in the latest Warbler
1.2.0:

http://caldersphere.rubyforge.org/warbler/

/Nick

On Fri, Aug 13, 2010 at 11:02 AM, Billy G. [email protected] wrote:

maintained, or gone through the process of patching it? I’m doing the
require-whack-a-mole now.
Regards,
Billy


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Oh man, I looked right at that and I guess I just kept scanning the
page.
Need more coffee. Thanks, Nick. Sorry for the extra mail.

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