What i liked most about rails 2.2


#1

Hi, i’m already done of blogging a
posthttp://www.khelll.com/blog/ror/what-i-liked-most-about-rails-22/on
what i liked about rails 2.2,
I have mentioned jruby in brief and how it enhances the overall
performance
of rails.
Wish that u have a look on it.

Thanks


#2
Hi,

    I think the statement "Rails now is compatible with jruby" is somewhat flawed, I've been running jruby with rails for more than one year now.

    Unless there is a meaning that I didn't understand, perhaps the blog post should be corrected to avoid confusion ?

best regards,
Ricardo

Khaled al Habache wrote:
Hi, i'm already done of blogging a post on what i liked about rails 2.2,
I have mentioned jruby in brief and how it enhances the overall performance of rails.
Wish that u have a look on it.

Thanks

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http://www.khelll.com


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#3

Ya, got what u mean, i have modified that phrase to make it more
expressive.

Thanks


Eng Khaled alHabache
http://www.khelll.com

On Sun, Dec 7, 2008 at 11:10 PM, Ricardo T. <


#4

Actually i got the statement from the official rails blog , this post
exactlyhttp://weblog.rubyonrails.org/2008/11/21/rails-2-2-i18n-http-validators-thread-safety-jruby-1-9-compatibility-docs,
and this paragraph:

Ruby 1.9 and JRuby compatibility

Jeremy K. has been rocking on both Ruby 1.9 and JRuby compatibility.
Rails 2.2 is fully compatible with both, but again, there might be
supporting libraries and gems that are not. Again, lots of work is going
into making everything else fully compatible as well.

What do u think?


Eng Khaled alHabache
http://www.khelll.com

On Sun, Dec 7, 2008 at 5:22 PM, Ricardo T. <