2010/9/9 Aaron Patterson <aaron / tenderlovemaking.com>:
> On Thu, Sep 09, 2010 at 12:30:56PM +0900, U.Nakamura wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> In message "[ruby-core:32203] Re: merging nokogiri to ext/"
>> =A0 =A0 on Sep.09,2010 12:23:26, <aaron / tenderlovemaking.com> wrote:
>> > > > The same argument could be made for any library in stdlib. =A0Why =
waste
>> > > > someone's hard drive space with Psych when they never parse YAML?
>> > >
>> > > Because rubygems uses YAML library, of course.
>> > > It is the only and the absolute reason.
>> >
>> > YAML was an example. =A0How about DL, json, strscan, etc? =A0Why waste=
 space
>> > with those?
>>
>> DL is needed by win32 platforms.
>>
>> IMO, json, strscan, and others should be unbundled because
>> they are not needed to run rubygems.
>
> Why waste space with rubygems for people who don't use rubygems?
>
> My point is not about who uses what. =A0Many people use Ruby differently.
> I cannot account for every possible usage. =A0My point is that "disk
> usage" arguments are not valid because they can be taken to an extreme.
>
> Also, I think that if we package stdlib as gems, we can mitigate any
> real world disk usage problems.

Ignore bike-sheds.

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