RubyConf 2007: JRuby: Ruby for the JVM

Posted in Conferences, Development, Frameworks on July 27, 2008

RubyConf 2007: JRuby: Ruby for the JVM

Everyone in the audience knows already what JRuby is, so they won’t cover that. It’s a Java implementation of the Ruby 1.8 language. It’s available under a few opensource licenses, blah blah blah. They released 1.0.2 a couple of days ago (and 1.1b1 last night during Matz’ questions).

[Tim Bray fairly incomprehensively announces that Sun has done a deal with University of Tokyo to work with ? on ? and give them "a bunch of money". Another implementation?]

Author: Thomas Enebo, Charles Nutter

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Tags: Conferences, Ruby, Ruby On Rails, Frameworks, JRuby, JVM, Confreaks, RubyConf 2007