(2010/05/23 2:38), Benoit Daloze wrote:
> On 22 May 2010 18:40, Urabe Shyouhei wrote:
>> Why to bother downloads? or: what is the purpose to archive ruby scripts?
> Then, is any compression useful? (for ruby scripts I mean)

That's what I'm in doubt.  At the time of its appearance jar needed compression
because java aimed to be network-oriented.  But definitely our browser don't
run ruby.

>> I don't think downloading is the matter because once you download something you
>> don't need to do that again.  There'd be other things to focus; to actually
>> require something.  Requiring a library happens every time you invoke a script
>> so that should be worth optimizing.
>>
> Ok, sorry, I did not think to that anymore while writing.
> Maybe libraries files should be merged in one file (or a few)/library, then?

A possible future I think.