JRuby and Wicket

Hey guys,

As a hobby project, I would like to figure out what it takes to get
JRuby
and Wicket to play together. It has been almost a decade since my
Enterprise Java days, so I am not up to speed with all of the tooling.

My IDE of choice is RubyMine/IntelliJ, but I don’t think that matters.
What
I need to figure out is how to make a Java project that includes JRuby,
Wicket, and bonus points for ActiveRecord with the ability to add gems,
etc. I am thinking that I could coddle together the Maven artifacts
(terminology?) for that?

Best,
Mike P.

On Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 3:48 PM, Mike P. [email protected]
wrote:

I am thinking that I could coddle together the Maven artifacts
(terminology?) for that?

not sure whether I understood your question ! but maybe the answer is to
use https://github.com/torquebox/jruby-maven-plugins/

-christian

Mike -

What exactly do you want to implement in Ruby and what in Java in that
app? Do you just want to write a JRuby app that uses Wicket? Or is
there
other stuff that will be in Java?

  • Keith

Yes, primarily just that. If I could write a JRuby app that uses Wicket,
using Maven or whatever, that would be like my dream setup. I could
figure
out how to add ActiveRecord and such, subsequently.

A recommendation for a tutorial on setting up Torquebox and Rails?

Mike P.
Sarasota, FL

On September 26, 2013 at 12:40:42 PM, christian ([email protected])
wrote:

On Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 5:16 PM, Mike P. [email protected]
wrote:
using Maven or whatever, that would be like my dream setup

the the jruby-maven-plugins are the right thing for you - let me know if
you need more help with them.

-christian

On Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 5:16 PM, Mike P. [email protected]
wrote:

using Maven or whatever, that would be like my dream setup

the the jruby-maven-plugins are the right thing for you - let me know if
you need more help with them.

-christian

A recommendation for a tutorial on setting up Torquebox and Rails?

Is this for the same project? I thought you’re using Wicket for the web
stuff…or are you using Rails for ActiveRecord, etc.?

  • Keith

Yes, parts of Rails for ActiveRecord and such, but Wicket for the web
stuff
– at least, that is my plan.

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