So I was just testing out JRuby seeing how well you can call java code into it, and i wanted to use java's implementation of MessageDigest instead ruby's. I ran this code. require 'java' include_class 'java.security.MessageDigest' puts MessageDigest.get_instance('MD5').digest('My Text Here') and it returns this: no digest with arguments matching [class org.jruby.RubyString] Looks like I can't use a RubyString as an argument for it to hash? Do I have to call a String from java? that doesn;t make much sense.
on 2009-01-27 23:35