jruby source package in Ubuntu


jruby ( bionic; urgency=medium

  * Backport for OpenJDK 11. LP: #1814133.
  * Tighten (build-)dependency on libjnr-posix-java.

jruby ( unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release.
  * Refresh patches.
  * Trim trailing whitespace.
  * Use secure copyright file specification URI.
  * Move source package lintian overrides to debian/source.
  * Update Vcs-* to point to Salsa.
  * Use debhelper compat level 12.
  * Bump Standards-Version to 4.3.0.
  * Depend on libmodulator-java.
  * Use javax.annotation.processing.Generated from Java SE 9.
  * Disable a part of the SkinnyMethodAdapter test.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Tue, 26 Feb 2019 09:52:51 +0100

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Bionic: [FULLYBUILT] amd64


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jruby_9.1.17.0-1~18.04.debian.tar.xz 76.7 KiB 5fc3b5d6349f50e6546988ffe0359b4159b7e130bd6916944ad22c629ef98efc
jruby_9.1.17.0-1~18.04.dsc 3.0 KiB 1535382c7458107eb882bf7b93e70153dd3784b00a45180002a77355d701293e

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jruby: 100% pure-Java implementation of Ruby

 JRuby is an implementation of the ruby language using the JVM.
 It aims to be a complete, correct and fast implementation of Ruby, at the
 same time as providing powerful new features such as concurrency without a
 global interpreter lock, true parallelism and tight integration to the Java
 language to allow one to use Java classes in Ruby programs and to allow
 JRuby to be embedded into a Java application.
 JRuby can be used as a faster version of Ruby, it can be used to run Ruby
 on the JVM and access powerful JVM libraries such as highly tuned concurrency
 primitives, it can also be used to embed Ruby as a scripting language in your
 Java program, or many other possibilities.