Ruby Compiler(s) and

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by forrie@gmail.com, Jul 7, 2006.

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    This topic has been discussed before on this list, however the replies
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    New to Ruby, I am curious whether future versions of the language may
    support storing byte-compiled versions of code, similar to Python.

    filename.rb
    filename.rbc

    I wonder what implications this may have in an Enterprise situation
    where the application needs to scale and perform better (a la
    mod_ruby). PHP has applications like phpaccelerator that stores
    byte-compiled code, for example.

    Thanks.
    , Jul 7, 2006
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  2. On 7/7/06, <> wrote:
    > New to Ruby, I am curious whether future versions of the language may
    > support storing byte-compiled versions of code, similar to Python.
    >
    > filename.rb
    > filename.rbc
    >
    > I wonder what implications this may have in an Enterprise situation
    > where the application needs to scale and perform better (a la
    > mod_ruby). PHP has applications like phpaccelerator that stores
    > byte-compiled code, for example.


    Do a google search for YARV.

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    Austin Ziegler, Jul 7, 2006
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