[Ironruby-core] Newbie questions regardingIronRuby in Silverlight...
Nathan_Stults at HSIHealth.com
Mon Oct 12 18:58:15 EDT 2009
Is anyone aware of a tool that can recursively detect (and possibly
extract) ruby dependencies given a top level .rb, or set of .rb files? I
could see it being a tedious process to discover manually what
components of the standard library were used by any given application.
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Subject: Re: [Ironruby-core] Newbie questions regardingIronRuby in
There are not two copies, one is ruby stdlib, and one is IronRuby's
own lib. The ruby stdlib contains pieces implemented in ruby, as well
as C. In IronRuby we ported all the C stuff to C# (that's what
IronRuby.Libraries.dll is), and redistribute the ruby code. So both
directories are all part of the standard library.
For Silverlight, I would suggest you only deploy the files that you
use; the entire stdlib is fairly large.
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On Oct 12, 2009, at 3:26 PM, "Zoltan Toth" <lists at ruby-forum.com> wrote:
> Once again thanks, we were able to get things working. Please note
> we have offline requirements that require us to deploy the portions of
> the ruby standard library that we require, within our Silverlight
> My only other question is why does IronRuby ship with what appears
> to be
> two versions of the Ruby standard library? There appears to be a
> standard implementation (i.e. \lib\ruby\1.8 for IronRuby 0.9.1) that
> uses ruby scripts and there also appears to be an implementation that
> calls into the CLR (i.e. \lib\IronRuby) in order to do its stuf. Do
> have a choice of which to use or do we need to deploy both?
> Many thanks for your help.
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