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    Phoronix: Ruby 3.1 Released With Speedy, Experimental In-Process JIT Compiler

    Ruby 3.1 is out this Christmas day as a big feature release for this programming language while retaining compatibility with Ruby 3.0...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...y-3.1-Released

  • #2
    In the post it's written "Spotify", but according to the release notes it is "Shopify".

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    • #3
      Isn't golang same as ruby but compiled and faster performance but without the rich web app framework support?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by cl333r View Post
        Isn't golang same as ruby but compiled and faster performance but without the rich web app framework support?
        No. Two languages and runtimes that could not be further from each other. They have zero things in common.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by cl333r View Post
          Isn't golang same as ruby but compiled and faster performance but without the rich web app framework support?
          Maybe you're thinking of Crystal. It's not exactly the same but it aims at being similar enough for Ruby programmers to just use it.
          Go did end up taking part of the niche tho, if that's what you mean, but they're really very different languages.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by sinepgib View Post

            Maybe you're thinking of Crystal. It's not exactly the same but it aims at being similar enough for Ruby programmers to just use it.
            Go did end up taking part of the niche tho, if that's what you mean, but they're really very different languages.
            Yeah, that they're both new replacements for php: automatic gc, meant for the web and not much used elsewhere.

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            • #7
              >Ruby 3.1 also features a rewritten debugger

              Wait... Ruby has a debugger? All `ruby -d` ever did for me was spit out a trace

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