Try Ruby! is back

Thanks to Andrew McElroy, Try Ruby! is running again.

Source is available as well:

http://github.com/Sophrinix/TryRuby/tree/master

May still need some love, so if you can help, pitch in.


James B.

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On Tue, Sep 1, 2009 at 4:21 PM, James B.[email protected]
wrote:

Thanks to Andrew McElroy, Try Ruby! is running again.

Extremely awesome. Thanks!

http://tryruby.sophrinix.com/

Seems a bit slowish, or perhaps it is my memory (I could swear it
responded a lot faster in the past)

Anyway I think it should be linked to from official ruby homepage too
once it works, because I think it is a great way to showcase ruby to
newcomers (or help oldcomers get a remote calculator quickly!)

On Sep 1, 2:21 pm, James B. [email protected] wrote:

Thanks to Andrew McElroy, Try Ruby! is running again.

/cheers!

sdafaf

On Sep 1, 2009, at 8:42 PM, Marc H. wrote:

http://tryruby.sophrinix.com/

Seems a bit slowish, or perhaps it is my memory (I could swear it
responded a lot faster in the past)

Anyway I think it should be linked to from official ruby homepage too
once it works, because I think it is a great way to showcase ruby to
newcomers (or help oldcomers get a remote calculator quickly!)

We’ve had it there before. I took it down because people complained
about the dead link. Let’s see how the restoration goes and then we
can make that call.

James Edward G. II

James Edward G. II wrote:

On Sep 1, 2009, at 8:42 PM, Marc H. wrote:

http://tryruby.sophrinix.com/

Seems a bit slowish, or perhaps it is my memory (I could swear it
responded a lot faster in the past)

Anyway I think it should be linked to from official ruby homepage too
once it works, because I think it is a great way to showcase ruby to
newcomers (or help oldcomers get a remote calculator quickly!)

We’ve had it there before. I took it down because people complained
about the dead link. Let’s see how the restoration goes and then we
can make that call.

I see it’s linked from http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/

Could it be given a Ruby URL, e.g. http://try.ruby-lang.org/ ? That
would make it easier to bookmark and allow it to move in future.

I had never looked at this before but it is absolutely brill! Found a
couple of things that don’t work as they should so will have a go at
sorting it out

On Thu, Sep 3, 2009 at 4:38 PM, David M.[email protected] wrote:

On Tuesday 01 September 2009 08:42:19 pm Marc H. wrote:

http://tryruby.sophrinix.com/

Seems a bit slowish, or perhaps it is my memory (I could swear it
responded a lot faster in the past)

It responds quickly enough, but seems completely broken for me. At least, when
I try to evaluate anything, the return value is a single sort of dark-brownish
space.

“We will be back in a few hours. Someone discovered a security hole.
They reported it, but not until someone else thought it would be cute to
drop a rootkit in.”

On Tuesday 01 September 2009 08:42:19 pm Marc H. wrote:

http://tryruby.sophrinix.com/

Seems a bit slowish, or perhaps it is my memory (I could swear it
responded a lot faster in the past)

It responds quickly enough, but seems completely broken for me. At
least, when
I try to evaluate anything, the return value is a single sort of
dark-brownish
space.

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