Heroku buildpack for JRuby
A buildpack to fast and easy use JRuby on Heroku. Just create a Heroku app like this:
heroku create -s cedar --buildpack https://github.com/jruby/heroku-buildpack-jruby.git
web: bin/trinidad -t -r -p $PORT -e $RACK_ENV
Note: You do normally not want to use
bundle exec with JRuby. Use the binstubs (in
bin/) instead, and put
require 'bundler/setup' before any other
Current JRuby version: 1.6.7
For now only supports 1.9 mode, open an issue if you need 1.8 mode.
Example application: github.com/carlhoerberg/heroku-jruby-example
Recommended web servers are:
- Trinidad - A wrapper around Tomcat
- Mizuno - A wrapper around Jetty
- Puma - A server written in Ruby, wraps the Ragel parser (from Mongrel)
A comparison can be found here: carlhoerberg.github.com/blog/2012/03/31/jruby-application-server-benchmarks/
Copyright (C) 2012 by Carl Hörberg
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