Re: [jruby-user] Re: Help JRuby "win" at JavaOne Script Bowl
Charles Oliver Nutter <charles.nutter <at> sun.com>
2009-06-01 07:29:11 GMT
Ted Han wrote:
> Hey Headius,
> By my count there are 4664 unique gems up on rubyforge? Do i have fail?
> Additionally, you can get stats for the highest downloaded gems as well
> here: http://gems.rubyforge.org/stats.html
I just pulled the full raw gem list and processed it. The stats line
count is probably more correct.
> * Mack is another rack based framework ( http://www.mackframework.com/ ).
Had no idea about this one.
> * Iowa ( http://enigo.com/projects/iowa/tutorial/what_is_it.html ) is an
> older web framework that Kirk Haines of Engine Yard still works on
> (which incidentally was conceived of a long time ago by Avi Bryant).
Good catch, had forgotten it.
> * You're also leaving off Harbor (formerly called wheels) which was
> produced by sam smoot & co. at Wieck Media ( http://wiecklabs.com/ ),
> which is rack based and jruby only.
Wow, no idea. Good find.
> You might want to mention easy command line tool creators, rake and thor
> are really good examples of that (although that requires some explanation).
Yeah, probably would fall under "development tools" category or
something, along with rspec, test/unit, cucumber, and more...