It was a nice Friday, Porras and I were at the BeBanjOffice and we were working on adding organization support to Travis-CI. First, we needed to find where the user repos were being fetch. Said and done, we found that travis is using the ServiceHookController to ask the server for repos (and to update them too, but … Read more Adding organization repos to Travis-CI: Part I
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What’s the point of coding a JRuby extension if you don’t create classes? Well, I cannot think of any case, but if you find one, please, let me know. Do you remember Java’s classes hierarchy? If so, you’ll realize that Java objects inherit from java.lang.Object by default but that is not actually what we need. … Read more Writing your own JRuby extension. Part II: Creating your first class.
Maybe, when requiring your just created extension, you get a LoadError. If it is the first time you require it, it is quite likely that you have not followed JRuby requiring conventions. If you want to know how require works, you can find the best documentation ever about it in the comment before org.jruby.runtime.load.LoadService class. … Read more Writing your own JRuby extension. First problem.
Note: not code in this post, but you can see the code in Github. Follow the links! Writing a JRuby extension is very easy, but there are almost not post out there about it. As far as I know, there is only one, Ola’s. It is a really good tutorial indeed, but it lacks some … Read more Writing your own JRuby extension. Part I: BasicLibraryService.
Nokogiri and Pizza, what else can you ask for? Ok. My fault. Now, let’s go get some work done. First, if you haven’t done it, read the previous post about helping nokogiri and forgot about the script and memory leak. It seems that there are more important issues, so let’s fix them first. First run … Read more Helping Nokogiri. Take II
First things first, if you wanna help, you’ll need to clone the git repo. Just: git clone git://github.com/tenderlove/nokogiri.git cd nokogiri git checkout –track -b java origin/java Install the dependencies. Just: rake install:deps Because it uses some native libraries, you’ll need to do that with MRI. Finally, you’ll need to generate some files, just run jruby … Read more Do you wanna help us with pure-Java Nokogiri?
Hi, all, sorry for the silence all these months, but I’ve been working hard on Nokogiri. First things first, it is not complete yet. Anyway, I’m gonna tell you how to build a gem and start working with it. photo credit: Matthew Byrne Clone the repo and checkout the java branch. git clone git://github.com/tenderlove/nokogiri.git git … Read more Final Status Update (or How to get Nokogiri in JRuby without FFI)
It’s been long time since last status update, but there are some things to tell, so here I am. Thankfully, this year I’m a GSoC student again (and my mentor is Tom too). The main part of my project would be porting Nokogiri to JRuby, so I haven’t code for RMagick for a while now. … Read more Status Update: RMagick4J, Nokogiri, ruby2java and a possible MagickWand4J
RMagick4J 0.3.7 Happy Birthmonth has been released! RMagick is a Ruby binding to ImageMagick and GraphicsMagick. RMagick4J implements ImageMagick functionality and the C portions of RMagick for use with JRuby. Current stable version: 0.3.7 Project URL: http://kenai.com/projects/rmagick4j Installation: gem install rmagick4j New effects: Charcoal Edge Implode Negate Normalize Shade Solarize Wave (I think that’s all … Read more RMagick4J 0.3.7 Happy Birthmonth released.