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Bringing up a Sinatra app. Thanks to Ola Bini for the split script.
require 'rubygems'
require 'sinatra'
get '/' do
"Hello from Sinatra running on Java!"
<appengine-web-app xmlns="">
<static-files />
<resource-files />
<property name="" value="false" />
<property name="os.arch" value="" />
<property name="jruby.compile.mode" value="JIT"/> <!-- JIT|FORCE|OFF -->
<property name="jruby.compile.fastest" value="true"/>
<property name="jruby.compile.frameless" value="true"/>
<property name="jruby.compile.positionless" value="true"/>
<property name="jruby.compile.threadless" value="false"/>
<property name="jruby.compile.fastops" value="false"/>
<property name="jruby.compile.fastcase" value="false"/>
<property name="jruby.compile.chainsize" value="500"/>
<property name="jruby.compile.lazyHandles" value="false"/>
<property name="jruby.compile.peephole" value="true"/>
require 'rubygems'
require 'sinatra'
root_dir = File.dirname(__FILE__)
set :environment, :production
set :root, root_dir
set :app_file, File.join(root_dir, 'app.rb')
disable :run
require 'app'
run Sinatra::Application
rm -rf jruby-core.jar
rm -rf ruby-stdlib.jar
rm -rf tmp_unpack
mkdir tmp_unpack
cd tmp_unpack
jar xf ../jruby-complete.jar
cd ..
mkdir jruby-core
mv tmp_unpack/org jruby-core/
mv tmp_unpack/com jruby-core/
mv tmp_unpack/jline jruby-core/
mv tmp_unpack/jay jruby-core/
mv tmp_unpack/jruby jruby-core/
cd jruby-core
jar cf ../jruby-core.jar .
cd ../tmp_unpack
jar cf ../ruby-stdlib.jar .
cd ..
rm -rf jruby-core
rm -rf tmp_unpack
rm -rf jruby-complete.jar
# Disable automatic framework detection by uncommenting/setting to false
# Warbler.framework_detection = false
# Warbler web application assembly configuration file do |config|
# Temporary directory where the application is staged
# config.staging_dir = "tmp/war"
# Application directories to be included in the webapp.
config.dirs = %w(lib public views)
# Additional files/directories to include, above those in config.dirs
# config.includes = FileList["db"]
config.includes = FileList["appengine-web.xml", "app.rb", ""]
# Additional files/directories to exclude
# config.excludes = FileList["lib/tasks/*"]
# Additional Java .jar files to include. Note that if .jar files are placed
# in lib (and not otherwise excluded) then they need not be mentioned here.
# JRuby and JRuby-Rack are pre-loaded in this list. Be sure to include your
# own versions if you directly set the value
# config.java_libs += FileList["lib/java/*.jar"]
# Loose Java classes and miscellaneous files to be placed in WEB-INF/classes.
# config.java_classes = FileList["target/classes/**.*"]
# One or more pathmaps defining how the java classes should be copied into
# WEB-INF/classes. The example pathmap below accompanies the java_classes
# configuration above. See
# for details of how to specify a pathmap.
# config.pathmaps.java_classes << "%{target/classes/,}p"
# Gems to be included. You need to tell Warbler which gems your application needs
# so that they can be packaged in the war file.
# The Rails gems are included by default unless the vendor/rails directory is present.
# config.gems += ["activerecord-jdbcmysql-adapter", "jruby-openssl"]
# config.gems << "tzinfo"
config.gems = ['sinatra']
# Uncomment this if you don't want to package rails gem.
# config.gems -= ["rails"]
# The most recent versions of gems are used.
# You can specify versions of gems by using a hash assignment:
# config.gems["rails"] = "2.0.2"
# You can also use regexps or Gem::Dependency objects for flexibility or
# fine-grained control.
# config.gems << /^merb-/
# config.gems <<"merb-core", "= 0.9.3")
# Include gem dependencies not mentioned specifically
config.gem_dependencies = true
# Files to be included in the root of the webapp. Note that files in public
# will have the leading 'public/' part of the path stripped during staging.
# config.public_html = FileList["public/**/*", "doc/**/*"]
# Pathmaps for controlling how public HTML files are copied into the .war
# config.pathmaps.public_html = ["%{public/,}p"]
# Name of the war file (without the .war) -- defaults to the basename
config.war_name = "test"
# Name of the MANIFEST.MF template for the war file. Defaults to the
# MANIFEST.MF normally generated by `jar cf`.
# config.manifest_file = "config/MANIFEST.MF"
# Value of RAILS_ENV for the webapp -- default as shown below
# config.webxml.rails.env = ENV['RAILS_ENV'] || 'production'
# Application booter to use, one of :rack, :rails, or :merb. (Default :rails)
# config.webxml.booter = :rack
config.webxml.booter = :rack
# When using the :rack booter, "Rackup" script to use.
# The script is evaluated in a Rack::Builder to load the application.
# Examples:
# config.webxml.rackup = %{require './lib/demo'; run}
# config.webxml.rackup = require 'cgi' && CGI::escapeHTML(""))
# Control the pool of Rails runtimes. Leaving unspecified means
# the pool will grow as needed to service requests. It is recommended
# that you fix these values when running a production server!
# config.webxml.jruby.min.runtimes = 2
# config.webxml.jruby.max.runtimes = 4
config.webxml.jruby.min.runtimes = 1
config.webxml.jruby.max.runtimes = 1
config.webxml.jruby.init.serial = true
# JNDI data source name
# config.webxml.jndi = 'jdbc/rails'
config.java_libs = []
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