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Indeed.
I was thinking about the efficiency.

The question would be: If i will use a JVM, is it worth using an interpreter
running on another interpreter just because i want to program in ruby?

It's probabily ok for small and non processing demanding apps.
:)

On Fri, Jun 6, 2008 at 6:39 PM, Charles Oliver Nutter <
charles.nutter / sun.com> wrote:

> Israel Guerra wrote:
>
>> But guys, maybe im wrong about jruby, but its a ruby interpreter running
>> in
>> the jvm isnt it?
>>
>> So the final app needs a jvm (obviously), am i right?
>>
>
> Yeah, but that's a pretty minor requirement. There's free (as in beer AND
> speech) JVMs easily installable on any plaform (including through the usual
> packaging mechanisms).
>
> - Charlie
>
>


-- 
Guerra

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