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Last night Thomas Enebo announced on Ruby Talk that JRuby 1.0 RC 3 has been released, and that it "will likely be our final release candidate before our 1.0 release."

I'm interested to deploy a web app trying Ruby on Rails with JRuby (or JRuby on Rails, perhaps), and also in experimenting with Sean Corfield's Scripting for CF 8 to run Ruby within ColdFusion.

Anyone else planning to do good things with JRuby?

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I'm looking at it as my primary Ruby dev envronment (for web dev work) so I can keep everything encapsulated in the JVM. Not sure exactly what I'll be doing with it yet, but you can bet it'll include a healthy dose of in-language DSLs!

Posted by Peter Bell on Jun 03, 2007 at 01:28 PM UTC - 5 hrs

That thought did occur to me - it could even go so far as to not appear in-language to the user of the DSL, but be easier defined that way for the creator of it.

Posted by Sam on Jun 03, 2007 at 04:09 PM UTC - 5 hrs

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