TorqueBox is a Ruby application server built on JBoss AS7 and JRuby. It supports Rack-based web frameworks and provides simple Ruby interfaces to standard enterprisey services, including scheduled jobs, caching, messaging, and services.
- Maven 3
- Configuration of the JBoss Maven repository in settings.xml
TorqueBox depends on polyglot: https://github.com/projectodd/jboss-polyglot
If you chase a TorqueBox issue down and run into org.projectodd.polyglot classes, this is where their source is.
Install the project using the provided settings.xml:
mvn -s support/settings.xml install
If you will be building the project often, you'll want to create/modify your own ~/.m2/settings.xml file.
If you're a regular JBoss developer, see:
Once your repositories are configured, simply type:
After successfully building it, you'll probably want to run it. To do
TORQUEBOX_HOME, and add
$TORQUEBOX_HOME/jruby/bin to your
$PATH, like so:
export TORQUEBOX_HOME=$PWD/build/assembly/target/stage/torquebox export PATH=$TORQUEBOX_HOME/jruby/bin:$PATH
You can then use the
torquebox command to control your creation. Run
it without parameters to see a list of its supported subcommands.
All unit tests will be run during the build process, but tests can be run independently with the following command:
mvn -s support/settings.xml test
The integration tests (a.k.a. integs), which are not run as part of the main build, can be run like this:
cd integration-tests mvn test -s ../support/settings.xml
Or a single integration test can be run like this:
mvn test -s ../support/settings.xml -Dspec=spec/session_handling_spec.rb
If you wish to skip the unit tests during the build process (to speed things up) you can add the
-Dmaven.test.skip=true option when running the
mvn install command.