|Re: Can I help out with DLTK Ruby? [message #958517 is a reply to message #948594]
||Thu, 25 October 2012 22:58
| Alex Panchenko
Registered: July 2009
Thanks for offering the help!
Unfortunately DLTK-Ruby is not actively developed at the moment.
Generics: Parts are updated (slowly :-)) when there is a need for other
changes in the same part. Just not to introduce (more) bugs during bulk
Ruby 1.9: DLTK uses parser from some old JRuby, converting JRuby AST to
DLTK-specific one. Now they have kind of IDE-oriented parser
https://github.com/jruby/jruby-parser , so it should be updated and to
have it enabled for usage we should file a CQ.
Definitely, Ruby needs somebody to work on it.
On 10/18/2012 02:05 PM, Thomas Hallgren wrote:
> I'm in need of good Ruby support in Eclipse. I've looked at the DLTK and
> it seems great in many respects. But is it actively being developed? I
> found to my surprise that it doesn't support the hash syntax introduced
> in Ruby 1.9 yet:
> and that seems fairly fundamental. I'm willing to help out and provide a
> patch unless someone else is working on fixing this already.
> While looking at the DLTK code I noticed that it has not yet been
> transitioned into Java 1.5. No typed collections and no generics. I'm
> the guy who did that transition on the p2 code-base so perhaps I could
> help out with DLTK too? All if there's an interest of course.
> In short, what's the state of DLTK Ruby and in what ways can I help?
> Kind Regards,
> Thomas Hallgren
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