Ruby 1.9.0-3 is released

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Hi,

Ruby 1.9.0-3 has just been released. This is a snapshot release.

The next release is 1.9.0-4. It will be released at 25 Oct. See
[ruby-core:17644] for more details.

== Location
You can fetch it from:

ftp://ftp.ruby-lang.org/pub/ruby/1.9/ruby-1.9.0-3.tar.bz2
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ftp://ftp.ruby-lang.org/pub/ruby/1.9/ruby-1.9.0-3.tar.gz
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ftp://ftp.ruby-lang.org/pub/ruby/1.9/ruby-1.9.0-3.zip
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== Platforms
Ruby 1.9 no longer supports the following platforms because they have no
active maintainer.

  • BeOS
  • WinCE
  • OS/2
  • Interix
  • bcc32
  • Classic MacOS
  • djgpp
  • VMS
  • human68k

I will remove platform-specific codes for them from Ruby, unless someone
become a maintainer by 25 Sep.

Regards,


Yugui [email protected]


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It’s a GREAT pity that WinCE won’t be supported…
Is there anyone to becoma a maintainer?
(For some reasons I can’t :-((

Mike S. wrote:

It’s a GREAT pity that WinCE won’t be supported…
Is there anyone to becoma a maintainer?
(For some reasons I can’t :-((

Hi
wats a main advantage of ruby-1.9 with older versions like
ruby-1.8.6

On Jul 31, 2008, at 14:14 , Pete wrote:

However, it would be a shame to have BeOS support disappear from the
next version, so I guess I should volunteer myself as a maintainer!

you should subscribe to and write [email protected] just to make sure they
get this.

In article [email protected],
Yugui (Yuki S.) [email protected] wrote:

I will remove platform-specific codes for them from Ruby, unless someone
become a maintainer by 25 Sep.

Well, Ruby is definitely not dead on BeOS (nor is BeOS itself…!)
I have v1.8.4 fully functional on my BeOS system, and use it
extensively.
(Also available on BeBits – the software distribution site for the OS.)

I never pursued any later version, because 1.8.4 matches the Pickaxe
book,
and that was my main desire – to have corresponding software and docs.

However, it would be a shame to have BeOS support disappear from the
next version, so I guess I should volunteer myself as a maintainer!
(The BeOS hooks in 1.8.4 BTW were not quite sufficient. I had to
further
modify a few of the sources – unfortunately long enough ago that I
don’t
remember all the twists and turns. I will proceed to dig back…)

[For those unfamiliar with BeOS – or its current status – I should
note
that it is currently being redeveloped (and renamed) as the open-source
OS
‘Haiku’.]

      -- Pete G. --


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Yugui (Yuki S.) wrote:

== Location
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  • WinCE

Regards,

Yugui

Is there a lot of work required for maintaining? I would hate to see the
bcc32 version go away at a time when it looks like Borland/ CodeGear
seems to finally be getting it together. I’m sorry I’ve never maintained
anything this big, but would be interested to know a bit more if it’s
possible.

Thanks
Mohit.

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