Ruby 1.9.1-p243 and Ruby 1.9.2-preview1 Released

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Hi,

RubyKaigi2009 is being held since yesterday. It is the best time to
release new tarball of Ruby 1.9.
Ruby 1.9.1-p243 and Ruby 1.9.2-preview1 have just been released.

== Ruby 1.9.1-p243
This is a patch level release in the 1.9.1 series.
It includes bug fixes.

see the ChangeLog for more detail

== Ruby 1.9.2-preview1
This is a preview for the 1.9.2 series. It is just a snapshot. It still
have some known bugs, is sometimes unstable.
Let us know your view on it.

  • Socket API was more objectified.
  • Time was reimplemented and enhanced. Now Time has no max/min value, no
    year 2038 problem.
  • New Random class for random number sequence.
  • Good news for merb users: Method#parameters

see the NEWS and the ChangeLog for more detail.

== Location
Ruby 1.9.1-p243

Ruby 1.9.2-preview1

Thanks,

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Hi,

first of all: thank you for the new versions.

You forget to mention one major incompatibilities:

[ skade HIPE-Machine ~/Downloads/ruby-1.9.2-preview1 ] ./ruby --version
ruby 1.9.2dev (2009-07-18 trunk 24186) [i386-darwin9.7.0]
[ skade HIPE-Machine ~/Downloads/ruby-1.9.2-preview1 ] ./ruby -e “require ‘test’”
-e:1:in require': no such file to load -- test (LoadError) from -e:1:in

vs:

[ skade HIPE-Machine ~/Downloads/ruby-1.9.1-p243 ] ./ruby --version
ruby 1.9.1p243 (2009-07-16 revision 24175) [i386-darwin9.7.0]
[ skade HIPE-Machine ~/Downloads/ruby-1.9.1-p243 ] ./ruby -e “require ‘test’”
test

Regards,
Florian G.

When and where will Windows binaries be available? On the official site
there is only 1.9.1p0 available at the time.

by
TheR

On Jul 19, 5:16 pm, Damjan R. [email protected] wrote:

When and where will Windows binaries be available? On the official site
there is only 1.9.1p0 available at the time.

All Windows binaries are contributed, no official ones (as clearly
stated by Ruby-core, Windows supported as best can be done, not 100%
supported).

Highly likely these binaries for “mswin32” platform will appear here:

http://www.garbagecollect.jp/ruby/mswin32/en/

While I plan on announce “mingw32” binaries and preview installers
soon.

Cheers,

RubyKaigi2009 is being held since yesterday. It is the best time to
release new tarball of Ruby 1.9.
Ruby 1.9.1-p243 and Ruby 1.9.2-preview1 have just been released.

Should the links on
http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/downloads/
be updated to reflect the newly released patch numbers?
Thanks.
=r

== Ruby 1.9.2-preview1
see the NEWS and the ChangeLog for more detail.

Also not mentioned in the NEWS is that floats are a little more whiney
now:

d:\dev>pik run “ruby -e ‘puts 1.1-0.9’”

== Running with 186: ruby 1.8.6 (2009-03-31 patchlevel 368)
[i386-mingw32] ==
0.2

== Running with 192: ruby 1.9.2dev (2009-05-25 trunk 23567)
[i386-mingw32] ==
0.20000000000000007

i.e. they now show their inaccuracy more [it was always there, it just
didn’t show before].
=r

On Aug 1, 2009, at 5:52 AM, Roger P. wrote:

RubyKaigi2009 is being held since yesterday. It is the best time to
release new tarball of Ruby 1.9.
Ruby 1.9.1-p243 and Ruby 1.9.2-preview1 have just been released.

Should the links on
http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/downloads/
be updated to reflect the newly released patch numbers?

I’ve updated the 1.9.1 patch release link.

James Edward G. II

I’ve updated the 1.9.1 patch release link.

James Edward G. II

Thanks James.

On Aug 1, 7:52 am, Roger P. [email protected] wrote:

RubyKaigi2009 is being held since yesterday. It is the best time to
release new tarball of Ruby 1.9.
Ruby 1.9.1-p243 and Ruby 1.9.2-preview1 have just been released.

Should the links onhttp://www.ruby-lang.org/en/downloads/
be updated to reflect the newly released patch numbers?
Thanks.

Not until there are actual files being uploaded to garbagecollect
website:

http://www.garbagecollect.jp/ruby/mswin32/en/
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