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From "Lincoln Ritter" <linc...@lincolnritter.com>
Subject Re: Bean Scripting Framework?
Date Thu, 24 Jul 2008 22:38:30 GMT
Andreas,

If you wouldn't mind posting some snippets that would be great!  There
seems to be a general lack of examples out there so pretty much
anything would help.

-lincoln

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On Thu, Jul 24, 2008 at 3:06 PM, Andreas Kostyrka <andreas@kostyrka.org> wrote:
> On Thursday 24 July 2008 23:24:19 Lincoln Ritter wrote:
>> > Why not use jruby?
>>
>> Indeed!  I'm basically working from the JRuby wiki page on Java
>> integration (http://wiki.jruby.org/wiki/Java_Integration).  I'm taking
>> this one step at a time and, while I would love tighter integration,
>> the recommended way is through the scripting frameworks.
>>
>> Right now, I most interested in taking some baby steps before going
>> more general.  I welcome any and all feedback/suggestions.  Especially
>> if you have tried this.  I will post any results if there is interest,
>> but mostly I am trying to accomplish a pretty small task and am not
>> yet thinking about a more general solution.
>
> Guess I won't be a big resource for you then, the only thing that I did was
> implementing a tar program with Jython that creates/extracts from/to HDFS.
>
> It was painful, but not to painful, and it's not Jythons fault, it's just that
> using these clunky interfaces/classes is painful to a Python developer. Guess
> the same feeling will come from Ruby developers.
>
> (and that's not a problem of Hadoop, I think that most Java APIs feel clunky
> to people used to more powerful languages. :-P)
>
> Andreas
>

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