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Rainbows! is an HTTP server for sleepy Rack applications. It is based on Unicorn, but designed to handle applications that expect long request/response times and/or slow clients.
Revactor implements the Actor model using Ruby 1.9's Fibers for concurrency and Rev for event monitoring. Revactor also provides tools for building Erlang-like services on top of Actors, including networking, transactional servers, and finite state machines.
Active ObjectThis is a simple example of the Active Object concurrency pattern. Example code is provided in both Ruby and Java. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Active_Object This is intended to be used in my talk on Active Object at the Melbourne Patterns group http://melbournepatterns.org/ ... [More]
A variety of small Open Source projects for ColdFusion MX from Sean Corfield (An Architect's View). Currently this project contains: CFEclipseFacade - a cfcUnit-compatible version of the CFC required by the CFUnit plugin Closures for CFMX - inspired by closures in a variety of languages ... [More]
Esta es una Práctica de investigación para la asignatura de Sistemas Concurrentes de la Ingeniería Técnica en Informática de Sistemas de la ULPGC. En ella vamos a mostrar un ejemplo de programación distribuida mediante el lenguaje de programación Ruby, y sus bibliotecas DRb y Rinda. Nuestro ... [More]
This project is my Master's Project: I am trying to implement OpenMP directives for Ruby in order to support concurrency. Initial aim is to implement the built-in functions using the ne directive for Ruby so as to take advantage of the concurrency. Later aims are to provide directive for user-level support.