JRuby (trunk) on Rails on Rails2.0 pre-release -> OK

Hi all,

that’s just to tell you I successfully migrated my app to Rails2.0
pre-release without any problem due to JRuby. They were a few pure
Rails issues I’m relating here:


but nothing due to JRuby. Also I’m using JRuby from SVN trunk, so I
can’t tell if things go as good with JRuby 1.01, but I suppose it
would. Unfortunately, my app isn’t yet in prod for you to test it.
This should be done in a few weeks/months.

By the way that’s very interesting to see once again the kind of
troubles (small) you can get into when migrating some gems or rails
itself. Generally speaking you wouldn’t have those troubles with a
Java language based framework. So I think it opens the eyes on what
you win but also what you loose by switching to Ruby. In my opinion,
JRuby, thanks to its ability to engineer the static barrier between
Java and Ruby and may be thanks to its optional typing ability in the
future really embodies a nice solution for those framework
compatibility issues.

Have fun with Rails2.0

Raphaël Valyi.


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This is good to know. I had been occasionally running unit tests on
edge Rails and the things we fail were about the same things we failed
in 1.2.3/4. So I largely expected it to work…It is still good to
see a real-world confirmation though…

-Tom

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Have fun with Rails2.0

Raphaël Valyi.


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I finally got the Rails tests going again in CI, and they’re running
against trunk Rails now. There is still something blocking the
ActiveRecord tests but I suspect it’s AR-JDBC related.

/Nick

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that’s just to tell you I successfully migrated my app to Rails2.0
itself. Generally speaking you wouldn’t have those troubles with a

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