27 Oct '12, 6am

Nice article on hooking up NetBeans profiler to JRuby, for investigating hot spots in your Ruby app.

Profiling JRuby with NetBeans A case study and tutorial on using the NetBeans profiler to profile Ruby code running on the JVM via JRuby. Walks through the steps of configuring NetBeans, launching JRuby with profiling settings, connecting NetBeans to JRuby, and analyzing the ... Comparing Ruby exceptions to additional stat() test A common idiom in Ruby code (FileUtils, ActiveSupport, Hike) when dealing with a file or directory that may or may not exist is to go ahead and call a method that expects the file to exist (such as open), and catch the exception raised for nonexistent ... ActiveRecord connection pool fairness ActiveRecord maintains a pool of database connections that may be used by multiple threads to perform database work. If many threads are contending for a smaller number of connections, the behavior of the connection pool becomes important. Read ... Asynchrono...

Full article: http://polycrystal.org/2012/10/26/profiling_jruby_with_ne...

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engineyard.com 31 Oct '12, 10pm

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JRuby-related announcements right before rubyconf is pretty exciting! Bitnami: Passenger:

JRuby-related announcements right before rubyco...

blog.bitnami.org 30 Oct '12, 11am

bash-4.2# cd projects/jrubystack/ bash-4.2# jruby script/rails -h Usage: rails COMMAND [ARGS] The most common rails comman...

This Week in Ruby: JRuby 1.7.0, Passenger 4.0b1...

rubyinside.com 25 Oct '12, 2pm

This Week in Ruby: JRuby 1.7.0, Passenger 4.0b1, Ruby 2.0 Feature Freeze By Peter Cooper / October 25, 2012 Welcome to thi...

JRuby 1.7 Released - #ruby

rubyflow.com 22 Oct '12, 7pm

JRuby 1.7 Released Posted by planetmcd on October 22, 2012 — 0 comments I just saw that the JRuby team released version 1....