Resources


Mirah http://github.com/mirah/mirah/


Contact Points

irc.freenode.org #mirah

Mailing List:
http://groups.google.com/group/mirah/

Issue Navigator
http://code.google.com/p/mirah/issues/list


Presentations

Rubyconf 2009 presentation :
http://rubyconf2009.confreaks.com/21-nov-2009-14-10-ruby-mutants-charles-nutter.html

Nutter at OSCON 2010: http://groups.google.com/group/mirah/browse_thread/thread/2c1d590404aff8d4


Getting Started/Examples

Building Mirah

Getting started with Duby and MongoDB
http://boldr.net/getting-started-duby-mongodb
You can create a Duby class and use it in your Java code. It’s because “Duby is Java with Ruby syntax”. And it?s wonderful.

Also Mirah runs well on Google App Engine. Check out the examples/appengine code in the github repository.
Working demo of examples/appendinge: http://duby-app.appspot.com/

Here is a web framework written for duby:

http://github.com/mirah/dubious

Mirah

http://code.google.com/p/appengine-jruby/


JRuby

http://kenai.com/projects/jruby/

Some jruby related links:

irc.freenode.org #jruby

Rubyconf 2009 Presentation :
http://rubyconf2009.confreaks.com/20-nov-2009-13-15-jruby-everywhere-charles-nutter-and-thomas-enebo.html


Related Programming Languages

Here’s some others that are most similar to mirah:

  • http://github.com/alextkachman/groovypp groovy++ is an attempt to have static (compiled) groovy (jvm).
  • scala is something of a mix of ruby, java, and some improvements, like built-in actors for concurrency (jvm).
  • D http://www.digitalmars.com/d/2.0/comparison.html D is like C but with closures, et al (non JVM).
  • Go language: Go is essentially a compiled (typed) dynamic-looking language with some extra concurrency constructs built-in (non JVM).