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For Ruby Off Rails
I wanted a way for people to experience some ruby in the browser, and have a platform that we can send cool ruby scripts to each other.×
In case you're not a githubber, forking is a way that you can build upon someone else's cool code.
So you'll Fork someone's code, and then be able to update it from that point on.×
They say being pwned is a right of passage for an app. RubyFiddle grew up a little bit on June 14, 2012.
We execute in a restricted environment on Heroku, but system calls and even ruby classes would still cause problems in ways I didn't anticipate.
The downside is that I had to disable cool features of ruby, like re-opening a class (String)×