Am Sonntag, 14. Januar 2007 02:22 schrieb Daniel Finnie:
> Is there a way to download it without installing Mercurial?  I looked
> around the website given but didn't see anything.  I am interested in
> seeing the code it produces.

Uploaded a temporary tarball here: http://ntecs.de/hg-projects/rubyjs.tar.gz

You can also see a sample of the produced code here: 
http://ntecs.de/hg-projects/rubyjs/sample/demo.js

or try the demo:


>
> Thanks,
> Dan
>
> Michael Neumann wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > Long time since I announced my last project....
> >
> > With RubyJS you can transform a subset of Ruby into Javascript code.
> >
> > What works?
> >
> >   * Classes, modules, inheritance
> >   * Instance methods, class methods
> >   * Exceptions (rescue/ensure)
> >   * Meta-programming stuff like 'attr_reader'
> >     (any meta-programming stuff works that does not appear inside
> > methods) * Iterators, yield
> >   * "require" (with platform-specific extension ala Google Webtoolkit)
> >   * Inline Javascript code
> >   * Some kind of compile-time method lookup ;-)
> >   * Numbers, String, Array, Hash, Proc (a lot of functionallity is
> > missing!) * Testing with Rhino-JS
> >   * A lot more :)
> >
> > There is a lots of room for optimizations and improvement :)
> >
> > Best take a look at sample/demo.rb or test/*.rb.
> >
> > DOWNLOAD
> > =========
> >
> > It's available from here:
> >
> > http://ntecs.de/hg-projects/rubyjs/
> >
> > Best use Mercurial (www.selenic.com/mercurial) to check it out:
> >
> >   hg clone static-http://ntecs.de/hg-projects/rubyjs/
> >
> > Requires ParseTree 1.6.3 as rubygem.
> >
> > Have fun with it!
> >
> > Regards,
> >
> >   Michael