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Dave T. wrote:
| To be honest, I haven’t thought that far ahead.
| I’m still waiting for Ruby 1.9 to settle down enough to even consider
| freezing the current version. (For example, the next beta will include
| the 'symbol is no longer going to be an immediate object (probably))
| change.) There have been hundreds of new methods added to the built in
| libraries, changes and then more changes to numeric division, etc etc…
| Once the dust clears, we’ll think what our options are.
Yeah, I read your little rant on the changes to Ruby 1.9 on your blog.
As soon as the 3rd edition becomes available it’ll land in my shopping
cart/ Speaking of which: It’d be ‘best’ to buy the book via the
Pragmatic Bookshelf store to maximize your (as in: you, and the
Pragmatic Bookshelf’s) cut of the sale?
Oh well, I’ll just bide my time, and wait for the opportune moment to
nag you about it.
Thanks for the answer, Dave.
~ The purpose of writing is to inflate weak ideas, obscure pure
inhibit clarity. With a little practice, writing can be an intimidating
impenetrable fog! – Calvin
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