Friday Feb 22, 2008
Saturday Feb 16, 2008
By pelegri on Feb 16, 2008
JRuby 1.1 RC2 is Now Available. Quoting from the relase, changes include:
• 260 issues resolved since JRuby 1.1RC1
The team is soliciting feedback to assess if it can move from a Release Candidate to a final release.
Thursday Feb 14, 2008
By pelegri on Feb 14, 2008
I enjoy data mining, so I poked around a bit at the download stats. The GF-based Liferay bundles have been increasing, from 5.4% in 4.3.0 to 15.1% in 4.4.1. And, since JBoss Portal 2.6.4 released the exact same day as Liferay 4.4.1, a comparison between the two was easy: 3778 for Liferay and 1053 for JBoss Portal.
Sunday Feb 10, 2008
By pelegri on Feb 10, 2008
The Gem is a very interesting direction; not yet ready for production, but we are trying to move as quickly as we can. BTW, most of the GFv3 development traffic has succesfully moved to the DEV alias, and you can trak it there.
Tuesday Jan 29, 2008
By pelegri on Jan 29, 2008
Sunday Jan 27, 2008
By pelegri on Jan 27, 2008
Igor has a good Writeup describing the good and the bad. I know that the area around memory comsumption and performance is improving rapidly right now; we will see how things look like by JavaOne.
By pelegri on Jan 27, 2008
A slow week; I was still catching up from the Trip to Orlando.
• GF Community -
Saturday Jan 26, 2008
By arungupta on Jan 26, 2008
Interested in knowing how GlassFish provides easyt-to-use, robust and "green" development and deployment environment for JRuby-on-Rails applications ?
Like to know how jMaki provides visually appealing views for Rails application ?
Be prepared to ask questions by reading the previous related entries :)
Sunday Jan 13, 2008
By pelegri on Jan 13, 2008
• Hudson -
Works Like a Charm
You can Help.
Thursday Jan 10, 2008
By arungupta on Jan 10, 2008
"Great tool for your continuous integration needs", "pretty simple and works like a charm" and "truly a sweet tool" are phrases commonly associated with Hudson. This time they are coming from JRuby / Ruby community.
This post describes how to setup Hudson for running your Ruby and JRuby tests. The post describes a gem CI:Reporter that formats the test results in XML format that can then be easily consumed by Hudson.
And if you want to show your support for Hudson, go visit the CafePress Store.
Sunday Jan 06, 2008
By arungupta on Jan 06, 2008
All natural Rubies have imperfection but become of excellent quality after treatment and command a large premium.
Pramod has started the treatment of GlassFish v3 gem and published an updated version which is already 20% smaller (2.4 MB instead of 2.9 MB). A consolidated list of improvements is described in my blog.
Also read How to Build GF v3 Gem and Mephisto on GlassFish v3 Gem.
Sunday Dec 16, 2007
By pelegri on Dec 16, 2007
• Feedback -
GF Installation Experienc
Thursday Dec 13, 2007
By pelegri on Dec 13, 2007
Pramod has pushed to the GlassFish Update Center Repository a freshly minted version (2.0) of the "Ruby on GlassFish Module". This includes JRuby 1.0.2, GoldSpike 808 and all you need, including Rails, Rake, ActiveRecord and more. It even comes with three samples: HelloWorldRailsApp, cookbook, and Mephisto 0.7.3.
All you need to do to get started is fire the latest UpdateTool from GFv2 UR1, as in:
Wednesday Dec 12, 2007
By pelegri on Dec 12, 2007
Sunday Dec 02, 2007
By pelegri on Dec 02, 2007
Arun has started an interesting practice: after he gives talks, he is publishing blog entries capturing the Q&A that usually follows the presentations.
The questions also included OpenLaszlo, .Net, OpenPoral, Dojo, Reliable Messaging, Performance, and many more. Check them out!
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