I have a large Java project that uses some Ruby scripts (primarily because of Ruby's support for "yield"). The Ruby code calls Java code which calls more Ruby code. It's very interleaved, but everything is driven from Java. I'm using embedded jruby-standalone and building a jar-with-dependencies (via maven). I'm using a maven plugin to run jrubyc and generate .java files which maven compiles for me. When I run the jar-with-dependencies, I can attach my debugger to the Java process with no problems, but I'd really love to be able to debug the Ruby code. Is there a solution for this? I'm not launching any kind of jruby executable to which I could attach arguments. It's embedded in the jar and invoked via java -jar. (Cross-posted to StackOverflow at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/28906844/debugg....)
on 2015-03-06 22:13
on 2015-03-07 10:09
Embed pry-remote in your gems and code. You'll be able to debug in context remotely.