Re: at_exit doesn't appear to chain properly -> Possible Re: [jruby-user] JRuby 1.1.3 by end of week

thanks man! We will verify this afternoon.

YOU ROCK!

We will probably check in a version of RCov4jr under the JRuby-Extras
project today or tomorrow. The core stuff appears to be working
(Although we are still tracking down one unit test failure that reports
an if statement being hit once in Jruby and 2 times in MRI).

However our next step is to integrate the installation of the gem with
RCov proper. (some people are actively working on RCov over in git hub
so it’d be nice to have one installer that determines your environment
and installs the proper extension). Right now installing the java
extension for RCov has too many manual steps for my liking.

Jay

On Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 11:51 AM, Vladimir S. wrote:

Please verify that it works as expected for you.

executed

create
is an alias for at_exit.
my begin 1
End of ruby file
can work around this issue by changing the rcov script.

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This is truly excellent news. Thanks for working on this, and let us
know if there’s anything we can do to help get the final rcov4jr release
out.

Jay McGaffigan wrote:

RCov proper. (some people are actively working on RCov over in git hub

Hi Jay,

Please file an issue and I’ll try fix it before JRuby 1.1.3, time

So a coworker and I are trying to get RCov to work with JRuby and we
BEGIN { puts “my begin 1”}
my end exit
properly.

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