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JRuby debugging? [message #8268] Mon, 02 July 2007 20:36 Go to next message
Sasha O is currently offline Sasha OFriend
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Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Dear All --

I would like to run and debug scripts using JRuby. I understand there is
no "official" support for it yet, but maybe somebody knows a workaround?

Thank you,
-- Sasha
Re: JRuby debugging? [message #8517 is a reply to message #8268] Thu, 19 July 2007 10:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Dmitriy Kovalev is currently offline Dmitriy KovalevFriend
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Hello Sasha,

The latest version of DLTK (from CVS HEAD) allows to use JRuby as
interpreter for running scripts and supports debugging.

To install JRuby interpreter go to
Window->Preferences->Ruby->Interperters, press 'Add' button and select
jruby.bat (for Windows) as 'Interpreter executable'. Library locations
should be detected automatically.

To start debugging go to Window->Preferences->Debug and selection 'Basic
Ruby Debugging Engine', then start debug launch as usual.

--
Dmitriy Kovalev


> Dear All --
>
> I would like to run and debug scripts using JRuby. I understand there is
> no "official" support for it yet, but maybe somebody knows a workaround?
>
> Thank you,
> -- Sasha
Re: JRuby debugging? [message #9970 is a reply to message #8517] Thu, 19 July 2007 23:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Sasha O is currently offline Sasha OFriend
Messages: 2
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Dmitriy --

That's great news. Do you know when this code will make it into the
integration build? I am not sure I have the courage to build plugin from
sources right now :-)

Today's integration build I-I200707191353-200707191353 didn't work for me.

Thanks,
-- Sasha

Dmitriy Kovalev wrote:
> Hello Sasha,
>
> The latest version of DLTK (from CVS HEAD) allows to use JRuby as
> interpreter for running scripts and supports debugging.
>
> To install JRuby interpreter go to
> Window->Preferences->Ruby->Interperters, press 'Add' button and select
> jruby.bat (for Windows) as 'Interpreter executable'. Library locations
> should be detected automatically.
>
> To start debugging go to Window->Preferences->Debug and selection 'Basic
> Ruby Debugging Engine', then start debug launch as usual.
>
> --
> Dmitriy Kovalev
>
>
>> Dear All --
>>
>> I would like to run and debug scripts using JRuby. I understand there is
>> no "official" support for it yet, but maybe somebody knows a workaround?
>>
>> Thank you,
>> -- Sasha
Re: JRuby debugging? [message #9992 is a reply to message #9970] Fri, 20 July 2007 04:44 Go to previous message
Dmitriy Kovalev is currently offline Dmitriy KovalevFriend
Messages: 14
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hello,

I've committed changes for JRuby support after this integration build,
so the next integration will contain required modifications. We'll try
to build next integration on Friday or at the beginning of next week.

Thanks,

Dmitriy Kovalev


> Dmitriy --
>
> That's great news. Do you know when this code will make it into the
> integration build? I am not sure I have the courage to build plugin from
> sources right now :-)
>
> Today's integration build I-I200707191353-200707191353 didn't work for me.
>
> Thanks,
> -- Sasha
>
> Dmitriy Kovalev wrote:
>> Hello Sasha,
>>
>> The latest version of DLTK (from CVS HEAD) allows to use JRuby as
>> interpreter for running scripts and supports debugging.
>>
>> To install JRuby interpreter go to
>> Window->Preferences->Ruby->Interperters, press 'Add' button and select
>> jruby.bat (for Windows) as 'Interpreter executable'. Library locations
>> should be detected automatically.
>>
>> To start debugging go to Window->Preferences->Debug and selection 'Basic
>> Ruby Debugging Engine', then start debug launch as usual.
>>
>> --
>> Dmitriy Kovalev
>>
>>
>>> Dear All --
>>>
>>> I would like to run and debug scripts using JRuby. I understand there is
>>> no "official" support for it yet, but maybe somebody knows a workaround?
>>>
>>> Thank you,
>>> -- Sasha
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