Creating an executable JAR for JRuby code [post] + 1 Question

Hi Everyone,

Yesterday, I wrote a post that collected the different information for using Warbler to compile and package Ruby code + JRuby into an executable JAR that will run anywhere. I will probably need to do a second page that talks more about the configuration, etc. If you're keen, please take a look [comments welcome]
https://notepad.onghu.com/2021/jruby-win-day2-creating-jar-files/

Now, the question:
When the created JAR runs, it unzips and creates a folder and a file in the TEMP directory. These are not removed automatically. I am trying to determin if this is expected. If this is expected, just be sure that if you’re running a few jobs automatically every minute on a schedule, you will add approximately 25MB – 30MB to your TEMP directory each time. We had a problem on a server once due to that and I'm looking to see what advice I should include for the reader.

Thanks & Best Regards,
Mohit.

Good Morning,

I am very new to Ruby. I have tried to download KIDSRUBY but was
unsuccessful. Do you know if KIDSRUBY is still available?

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On Sat, 13 Mar 2021, 10:03 PM Mohit Sindhwani, <mo_mail@onghu.com> wrote:

Hi Everyone,

Yesterday, I wrote a post that collected the different information for
using Warbler to compile and package Ruby code + JRuby into an
executable JAR that will run anywhere. I will probably need to do a
second page that talks more about the configuration, etc. If you're
keen, please take a look [comments welcome]
https://notepad.onghu.com/2021/jruby-win-day2-creating-jar-files/

Now, the question:
When the created JAR runs, it unzips and creates a folder and a file in
the TEMP directory. These are not removed automatically. I am trying to
determin if this is expected. If this is expected, just be sure that if
you’re running a few jobs automatically every minute on a schedule, you
will add approximately 25MB – 30MB to your TEMP directory each time. We
had a problem on a server once due to that and I'm looking to see what
advice I should include for the reader.

Thanks & Best Regards,
Mohit.

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Hi Bernadette,

Good Morning,

I am very new to Ruby. I have tried to download KIDSRUBY but was unsuccessful. Do you know if KIDSRUBY is still available?

I have no advice for you other than what Ken responded earlier:
>While I have no idea what KIDSRUBY is, I gotta say it looks pretty dead, which is unfortunate.
> But I was able to download at least the Linux .deb file using the wayback machine, so that might be worth taking a look at.

What are you trying to do with KIDSRUBY and I wonder if regular Ruby could help you with it now?

Best Regards,
Mohit.
2021-3-16 | 12:30 am.

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On 2021-3-15 8:48 pm, Bernadette McKelly wrote:

Hello Bernadette + welcome !

I haven't heard of kidsruby but it sounds cool ! Also check out this site:
https://www.helloruby.com .

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On Mon, Mar 15, 2021 at 9:31 AM Mohit Sindhwani <mo_mail@onghu.com> wrote:

Hi Bernadette,

On 2021-3-15 8:48 pm, Bernadette McKelly wrote:
> Good Morning,
>
> I am very new to Ruby. I have tried to download KIDSRUBY but was
> unsuccessful. Do you know if KIDSRUBY is still available?
>

I have no advice for you other than what Ken responded earlier:
>While I have no idea what KIDSRUBY is, I gotta say it looks pretty
dead, which is unfortunate.
> But I was able to download at least the Linux .deb file using the
wayback machine, so that might be worth taking a look at.

What are you trying to do with KIDSRUBY and I wonder if regular Ruby
could help you with it now?

Best Regards,
Mohit.
2021-3-16 | 12:30 am.

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