Project info for Ruby.js

Share This Created 24 Dec 2004 at 14:47 UTC by flgr, last modified 24 Dec 2004 at 14:49 UTC by flgr.


This is a port of some of Ruby's standard library to JavaScript. It shows that JavaScript is indeed a well-thought out language (even if it's standard library is quite cumbersome). The fact that pretty much everything is based on other components clearly without duplicating logic should make this interesting.

I have not currently set up a homepage for this, but it is available from the Ruby mailing list.

Note that there are some differences between this and Ruby, especially that Hash#each yields value,key instead of key,value.

License: Ruby's license

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