Jruby & emacs on USB

Is there anyway to make a portable version of jruby and emacs? I would
like
to have a copy on a usb so I can tinker with it at work. Work computers
don’t allow the user o modify any settings, they are windows based.

Has anyone got jruby working well on emacs? Any guides?

flebber

On Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 2:52 PM, Sayth R. [email protected]
wrote:

Is there anyway to make a portable version of jruby and emacs? I would like
to have a copy on a usb so I can tinker with it at work. Work computers
don’t allow the user o modify any settings, they are windows based.

jruby on windows, yes I did make a portable version (I need to upgrade
it). It’s fine but if you’re planning to use gems, you need to make
jars (zip) from them to ease their use.

I will update my portable setup soon with some useful gems and post it
on github. For the time being, you can play with it:

https://github.com/cmichon/jruby

Has anyone got jruby working well on emacs? Any guides?

flebber

No clue for emacs. (I’m a vim user)


Christian

On Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 12:58 AM, Christian MICHON <
[email protected]> wrote:

I noticed on your site the second requirement.

2/ The bin subdirectory must be in the PATH of the current user

If I am in a non configurable work environment that would make my usb
a no go, yeah?

Sayth

On Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 11:52 AM, Sayth R. [email protected]
wrote:

don’t allow the user o modify any settings, they are windows based.

If I am in a non configurable work environment that would make my usb a no
go, yeah?

Sayth

You just need to add it in a cmd.exe (set path=f:\jruby\bin;%path% for
example)


Christian

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