The upcoming Xceptance LoadTest 4.2 will discontinue the direct support of JRuby as a programming language for writing test cases. This will not change the way Java and JRuby interact and therefore you can still use all Java components and integrate them into your JRuby-based test suite. You can also still write test cases in Ruby and use XLT-APIs.
You can read about this feature, in case you are not sure whether or not you will be affected by this change: XLT 3.3.0 JRuby support release note.
Version 4.2 of Xceptance LoadTest will not continue the JRuby package anymore (jruby.jar). The test execution scripts for JRuby-based tests and all demo test cases will be removed as well.
If you have any questions regarding this change, please do not hesitate to contact our support team directly.