20 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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Rubinius

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By Shane Becker of Engine Yard Developer Blog over 2 years ago.
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…any other Rubinius related questions, feel free to direct them to @ Rubinius on Twitter, or email them to community@rubini.us .

NOTE: Don't miss the upcoming JRuby webinar led by Nick Sieger on September 15. Register now to save a spot. Topics you want to learn about in the webinar? Direct them to @ JRuby on Twitter.

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By Mathieu of Programblings over 5 years ago.
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RUBINIUS, like BRAWNDO, is one of the CRAZIEST ideas of the LAST DECADE! Can you realize you're ABOUT to try the Ruby IMPLEMENTATION that's got the BEST Ruby code ratio AMONG THEM ALL! Isn't that FREAKING AWESOME? You can also do some of the CRAZIEST INTROSPECTION with MethodContext, StaticScope and other classes like THAT!

Run Rubinius

The Rubinius executable is rbx in the ‘bin' subdirectory. It's a bit different from MRI in that rbx starts …

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By Hongli Lai of Phusion Corporate Blog 1 month ago.
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Fixed compilation of native_support on Rubinius.

Installing or upgrading to 4.0.39 OS X Debian Ubuntu Heroku Ruby gem Tarball

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By Shane Becker of Engine Yard Developer Blog almost 3 years ago.
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…understanding.

Links for further reader exploration:

# rbxday on Twitter

irc: freenode.net # rubinius

Rubinius GitHub Project

Rubinius Blog

rbxday Flickr photo group

Follow @ rubinius See you on soon. Wear your-party hat and party-pants!

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By Matt of Heroku 3 months ago.
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Unicorn and Gunicorn, or multi-threaded environments such as Puma (with Rubinius or jRuby) or Node Cluster benefit from vertical scaling - more cores, more I/O, and more performance.

Under the covers, Performance Dynos occupy the same LXC containers as 1X and 2X dynos. This means that applications can migrate to them in seconds, and they still enjoy the ease-of-use and instant scaling that you expect from Heroku. Unlike traditional dynos, the LXC container for Performance Dynos…

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By Peter Cooper of Ruby Inside over 3 years ago.
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If you're keen to help out, check out # rubinius on irc.freenode.net or check out the first post on Rubinius' new blog on this very topic.

Want to know more?

Read the release notes or get started with Rubinius 1.2.0 right now by using rvm install rbx or one of the installers available from the Rubinius home page . Rubinius has special binary installers for Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6 and they're the easiest way to get going on those systems. …

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By Mike Perham of 4 months ago.
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…recent Haswell processors. Hopefully this will become standard in future generations of x86 CPUs.

Ruby in this case means MRI. JRuby and Rubinius are thread-safe. <3

As with everything, it's more complicated than that. Concurrency != parallelism and all that; please skip the comments arguing at me, trying to win Internet points.

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On RubyFlow - Search for jruby 4 months ago.
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Matz has done a lot of magic in MRI to make arays fast. Rubinius and JRuby do even more, but fast is of course relative in Ruby. Another thing to consider with arrays is memory.

Say you have an Array with 10,000 space ships. These are player ships, and they are structs. I will give you an example definition, but all that you need to consider, is that this a complex object. It's size can radically change from one element to the next.

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By Peter Cooper of Ruby Inside over 3 years ago.
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…new features, so if you want to keep up, follow their Twitter account @ rubinius. Dirkjan Bussink also have a Rubinius talk lined up for October's Ruby and Rails conference in Amsterdam (tickets now on sale).

Installing Rubinius 1.1

You can download a tarball archive or binary installer ( OS X only) from the rubini.us Web site, but it's also possible to use RVM to manage the installation. If you're using RVM, try this: rvm …

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On RubyFlow - Search for jruby 4 months ago.
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promise.rb is a Ruby implementation of the Promises/ A+ spec . 100% mutation coverage, tested on 1.9, 2.0, Rubinius, and JRuby.

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