Duby 0.0.2 gem released

Hey, I figured there’s been a lot of work since October, so I got
tests cleaned up, removed Hoe, and pushed a duby-0.0.2 gem to
gemcutter.

Nothing major for anyone that’s been following along, but it’s at
least a milestone people can install to get everything up to date.

In other news, I also pushed bitescript-0.0.5, which has all bits and
pieces up to date.

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Hey, I figured there’s been a lot of work since October, so I got
tests cleaned up, removed Hoe, and pushed a duby-0.0.2 gem to
gemcutter.

No link to a web page describing how to use the gem?

Also…does duby handle more complex types, like arrays? What about
regexes?
Thanks.
-r

On Wed, Feb 17, 2010 at 7:20 AM, Roger P. [email protected]
wrote:

Hey, I figured there’s been a lot of work since October, so I got
tests cleaned up, removed Hoe, and pushed a duby-0.0.2 gem to
gemcutter.

No link to a web page describing how to use the gem?

There really isn’t such a page yet…but the wiki on github is live
now and has some examples.

Also…does duby handle more complex types, like arrays? What about
regexes?

Primitive Java arrays work. Literal arrays become immutable
java.util.List instances. I don’t recall if we’ve implemented regexps
yet, but they’ll basically just be a literal syntax that constructs a
java.util.regex.Pattern instance and possibly caches it (i.e. not hard
to add).

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