Http://ironruby.info


#1

Check out http://ironruby.info, a new site for tracking IronRuby perf,
RubySpec results, and other random nuggets of info. Read more about it
here: http://blog.jimmy.schementi.com/2009/02/ironrubyinfo.html

~Jimmy


#2

Jimmy S. wrote:

Check out http://ironruby.info, a new site for tracking IronRuby perf,
RubySpec results, and other random nuggets of info. Read more about it
here: http://blog.jimmy.schementi.com/2009/02/ironrubyinfo.html

Nice…I’ll have to set something like that up for JRuby. Maybe the
IR-specific bits could be pulled out into a separate file, so the same
stats-doohicky could support multiple impls?

  • Charlie

#3

Charles Oliver N. wrote:

Jimmy S. wrote:

Check out http://ironruby.info, a new site for tracking IronRuby
perf,
RubySpec results, and other random nuggets of info. Read more about
it
here: http://blog.jimmy.schementi.com/2009/02/ironrubyinfo.html

Nice…I’ll have to set something like that up for JRuby. Maybe the
IR-specific bits could be pulled out into a separate file, so the same
stats-doohicky could support multiple impls?

Thanks, and it would be awesome to have it compare to JRuby too. It’ll
be relatively easy to make it “Run impl X against MatzRuby”. I also want
to add JRuby up there as well as yet another point of comparison, but
you can spin up your own site regardless. I’ll let you know when it can
run against multiple implementations.


#4

Jimmy S. wrote:

Thanks, and it would be awesome to have it compare to JRuby too. It’ll be relatively easy to make it “Run impl X against MatzRuby”. I also want to add JRuby up there as well as yet another point of comparison, but you can spin up your own site regardless. I’ll let you know when it can run against multiple implementations.

Cool, let me know how I can help.