I am not sure what the AIX comment is all about, but
my experience with the different versions of UNIX, is
that AIX is perhaps the most estable version of UNIX
on the field today. It is also very simple to
administer.

--- Mauricio Fern?ndez <batsman.geo / yahoo.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 27, 2003 at 04:28:31AM +0900, gabriele
> renzi wrote:
> > il Tue, 26 Aug 2003 22:01:51 +0900, David Corbin
> > <dcorbin / machturtle.com> ha scritto::
> > 
> > >Now there's a good idea.     Elsewhere I
> suggested the ability to call 
> > >Perl modules from Ruby.  It would be just as
> great to be able to call 
> > >Java from Ruby.  Java has pretty good reflection,
> so it shouldn't be too 
> > >hard to build dynamic wrappers for Java
> objects...
> > I think Mauricio Fernandez is working on a bridge
> beetween ruby and
> > java via JNI, take a look at 
> > http://thekode.net/ruby/rjni/
> > even if it's still alpha, seems really interesting
> to me
> 
> I'm now re-implementing the stuff in C to make it
> faster.
> 
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