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On 9/25/07, Ruby Maniac <rubymaniac / gmail.com> wrote:
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> I have a very simple Ruby script that does nothing more than compute
> Dhrystones so there is a fair amount of looping going on in this
> script as would be expected.
>
> RubyScript2Exe seems to need to trace the actual execution of this
> script before placing it and all of its code into an .EXE however this
> process, if this is the process, should not be required since all Ruby
> code that uses "requires" keywords would be adding in code, yes ?
>
> Anyway RubyScript2Exe is a bit inefficient - not that it doesn't meet
> my expectations for the Ruby language which is also quite inefficient
> but I mean really folks this is a bit too much for me.
>
> I have a similar Python program that makes a Python script into
> an .EXE and it runs quite fast as would be expected so why does
> RubyScript2Exe have to be so blamin' slow ?!?
>
> Call me a Troll if you must be if we in the Ruby community don't bring
> to light those things that need to change nothing about Ruby will ever
> get better meanwhile Ruby as a language remains useful only to those
> who don't care about performance.
>
>
>
Yes, you are a troll. This does not belong here. It belongs, in a much nicer
tone, and maybe with code and tests, in a message to the Ruby2Exe team.

Jason

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