Roy Ben hayun wrote:
I am interested in JRuby's Ruby interpreter only, without all the Java
Is it possible to download it (sources or binary) from somewhere?
Is there a way to do it quickly on my own?
There's not really any way to use JRuby without Java support, because
JRuby itself is written in Java. There are also a few core libraries
implemented using Java support. A JRuby without Java binding support
would be a bit like C Ruby without extension or Kernel#syscall support.
You could, however, take a JRuby distribution and trim out everything
you don't need. There's probably a lot you could remove and still have a
functioning interpreter. I'm not sure at what point you'd break
something you need, however.
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