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DB2 interface for Ruby progress

I’ve made progress porting the PHP ibm_db2 extension to Ruby.  If you pick up the latest code and run it, you should now see

102 tests, 107 assertions, 0 failures, 0 errors

Some of the differences between Ruby and PHP (other than syntax):

Interesting things found during testing:


connections may not be immediately closed, which can lead to deadlock.  For now, I have defined a teardown method that calls GC::start

Are you boiling frogs again?

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Are you boiling frogs again?

It just makes sense (to me at least) to get something approximating the existing PHP tests to pass prior to making improvements.

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IBM DB2

where’s the DB2 driver? is someone remove that? ===== This is what I found. db2_adapter.rb has required files: active_record/connection_adapters/abstract_adapter db2/db2cli active_record/vendor/db2 If you look into...

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IBM DB2

where’s the DB2 driver? is someone remove that? ===== This is what I found. db2_adapter.rb has required files: active_record/connection_adapters/abstract_adapter db2/db2cli active_record/vendor/db2 If you look into...

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Sam Ruby: DB2 interface for Ruby progress

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DB2 interface for Ruby Milestone

I’ve completed my first pass at  porting the PHP ibm_db2 extension to Ruby.  If anyone out there has both Ruby and DB2 installed on a Unix machine, I would appreciate hearing if you can reproduce my results. If you pick up the latest code and run... [more]

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Now I got..

(in /tmp/rubydb2)
/usr/bin/ruby18 tests.rb
Loaded suite tests
Started
......................................................................................................................
Finished in 28.009496 seconds.

118 tests, 124 assertions, 0 failures, 0 errors

Thank you.

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Eclips-ing Ruby

Ruby Development Tools Originally uploaded by sogrady. A little over six months ago, I took a few minutes to consider the future of Ruby within mainstream enterprises. Despite my conclusion there - that Ruby deserved the accolades it was...... [more]

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