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Distributed Ruby or DRb allows Ruby programs to communicate with each other on the same machine or over a network. DRb uses remote method invocation (RMI) to pass commands and data between processes.
- Introduction to Distributed Ruby (DRb)
- DRb RDoc Documentation
- BrB: Extremely fast interface for doing Distributed Ruby
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