On May 3, 3:12 am, “Richard C.” [email protected] wrote:
Which I think would really help the OP, if he wants a convenient way to
organise the Ruby elements under SVN.
My problem is the already developed apps use a number of C extension/c
library backed apps, so w/o needing to create substitute libs to be
able run under jruby isn’t in the cards.
However, I’ve already added jruby to our dists and have extended ant
to support jruby scripting, and plan to leverage jruby in other
Jim W. was telling about Charles and Tom’s (hi guys) tutorial
this morning and the way he described them deploying to mongrel, then
glassfish, then hot refresh under glassfish seems quite promising. I
used JRuby about 2.5 years ago on a project that needed to communicate
w/JMS, JRuby has come quite a ways since then.
Though I have to wonder about about storing the Ruby runtime - thats kind of
overkill isn’t it?
It’s all about configuration mgmt - ensuring that we have the same env
anywhere we deploy got my gems and extensions that I need.