hi, do you all use JENV ? http://www.jenv.be it seems very convenient but just hoped for some feedback from this list i.e. this in the context of coding and testing jruby projects. thanks Charles
on 2013-10-31 17:14
on 2013-11-02 10:53
so let me ask this another way, what do you all do to manage different versions of java, conveniently ? thanks Charles
on 2013-11-02 14:23
I don't know what you mean by convince but usually alternatives works for me in the terminal. If I have to use a Mac, I just source scripts that reset env variables. Also I use IntelliJ, which manages per module SDKs for me. Some people like a per-session configuration because alternatives is a system wide setting and it isn't available on OS X, I think that's where jenv will help. When it comes to and assembly and integration testing, our build environment is VM based but I recently started working with Vagrant and am extremely pleased with it. Thanks, Ariel --- Sent from my mobile device. Please excuse any errors.
on 2013-11-03 12:51
my convenient I mean like rvm use etc I do use Intellij as well and with regards to dev that works fine Vagrant is cool, use to build my VMs for testing Charles