Jruby with ruby1.9

Who are using jruby --1.9?
I’m trying it but I have a lot of errors in my applications.
I’ve run bundle update.
It seems to me that jruby is not completely compatible with ruby1.9.

I haven’t been entirely successful with it either. I was working on it
earlier today after the tip about using that mode to bundle update.
After bundling, I was able to run my app in 1.8 mode, but it wouldn’t
run even start in 1.9 mode. Kept giving me an error about missing the
file “rdoc/about”

Filed away 1.9 mode for some other day when I have more time.

rails does not seem to work on 1.9 at the least all of the gems are
installed under 1.8 (no 1.9 directory created). I had posted about this
separately as well as having seen another posting.

if it *does *work it is funky (running 1.9 gems under 1.8 directory?)

2011/5/20 Marlon M. [email protected]

On 20 May 2011 21:40, Mauro [email protected] wrote:

On 20 May 2011 21:36, Stephen B. [email protected] wrote:

rails does not seem to work on 1.9 at the least all of the gems are
installed under 1.8 (no 1.9 directory created). I had posted about this
separately as well as having seen another posting.

Ok, rails doesn’t work with 1.9.
But STILL doesn’t work with 1.9?

http://www.slideshare.net/arrrrcamp/ruby-19-and-rails-30

It seems that rails 3 should work with 1.9.

On 20 May 2011 21:36, Stephen B. [email protected] wrote:

rails does not seem to work on 1.9 at the least all of the gems are
installed under 1.8 (no 1.9 directory created). I had posted about this
separately as well as having seen another posting.

Ok, rails doesn’t work with 1.9.
But STILL doesn’t work with 1.9?

i was referring to jruby / 1.9 / rails

2011/5/20 Mauro [email protected]

On 20 May 2011 22:15, Stephen B. [email protected] wrote:

i was referring to jruby / 1.9 / rails

But if jruby-1.6.1 claims to be ruby1.9 compatible and rails works
with ruby1.9 so I think that rails should work with jruby --v1.9 too

Reporting bugs and issues to this list is sufficient.

Stating too frequently now ‘how dissapointed’ you’re should be avoided,
IMHO.

On 5/21/11, Mauro [email protected] wrote:


Christian

http://detaolb.sourceforge.net/, a linux distribution for Qemu with Git
inside !

On 20 May 2011 22:15, Stephen B. [email protected] wrote:

i was referring to jruby / 1.9 / rails

mmmmm I’m condering to move on ruby, jruby seems to have problems.

Am 20.05.2011 um 23:40 schrieb Mauro:

On 20 May 2011 21:36, Stephen B. [email protected] wrote:

rails does not seem to work on 1.9 at the least all of the gems are
installed under 1.8 (no 1.9 directory created). I had posted about this
separately as well as having seen another posting.

Ok, rails doesn’t work with 1.9.
But STILL doesn’t work with 1.9?

With bundler I’ve got all the gems up and running with rails 3 and ruby
1.9. But I had troubles with any UTF-8 encoded templates, and I think
its caused by some missing encoding stuff in RubyIO/RubyFile (see
JRUBY-5803 & http://bit.ly/lqEYEt).

I also had trouble with a common german i18n yaml which uses symbols
(http://bit.ly/jvtbke) and triggered this bug: JRUBY-5802. Replacing all
symbols with strings in the i18n yaml files solved the problem.

Cheers,

Reto S.

On 21 May 2011 08:50, Christian MICHON [email protected]
wrote:

Reporting bugs and issues to this list is sufficient.

Stating too frequently now ‘how dissapointed’ you’re should be avoided, IMHO.

Sorry.

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