2009/4/1 J=F6rg W Mittag <JoergWMittag+Usenet / googlemail.com>:
> Hi!
>
> I just learned about another new Ruby Implementation. This one is
> called "Blue Ruby" and it is developed by SAP Labs in Palo Alto.
> It's=A0=96 are you all sitting down?=A0=96 a Ruby Implementation for the =
ABAP
> Virtual Machine, written in ABAP.
>
> There seem to be some similarities with MacRuby, in that Blue Ruby
> attempts a very tight integration with the ABAP call stack, so that
> two-way integration is totally seamless.
>
> According to the technical whitepaper, Blue Ruby currently (as of
> 2009-03-27, i.e. four days ago) passes 70.2% of RubySpec (88.8%
> language, 67.2% core library), which I find quite impressive. Blue
> Ruby is yet another Ruby Implementation that has received a
> significant development boost from RubySpec and ruby_parser. Kudos to
> the Rubinius community!
>
> You can find more information about Blue Ruby here:
>
> =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0<https://SDN.SAP.Com/irj/scn/wiki?path=3D/display/Research=
/BlueRuby>
>
> The technical whitepaper is here:
>
> =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0<https://SDN.SAP.Com/irj/scn/go/portal/prtroot/docs/librar=
y/uuid/408a9a3b-03f9-2b10-b29c-f0a3374b19d8>
>
> And an introductory blog entry is here:
>
> =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0<https://SDN.SAP.Com/irj/scn/weblogs?blog=3D/pub/wlg/13661=
>
>
> BTW: If I counted correctly, we can soon celebrate the 30th Ruby
> Implementation!

It must be an April fool joke. If a new implementation doesn't
accompany screaming benchmark numbers reported by antoniocangiano, its
vaporware. It doesn't exist. Forget about it.