Hi,

Rite and CRuby (1.9/2.0) are completely different projects.  And due
to the restriction of government funded public project, we cannot
disclose the RiteVM source code until the project finished.  It's a
bit bureaucratic and not open-source-ish, but I cannot help it.
Sorry.

							matz.

In message "Re: [ruby-core:34270] Any plans for Rite and Ruby 2.0 ?"
    on Sun, 9 Jan 2011 22:12:56 +0900, "Jonas Pfenniger (zimbatm)" <jonas / pfenniger.name> writes:
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|Hi Matz,
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|I just watched your Keynote from Rubyconf 2010, which is great by the
|way. In it, you talk about the Governement-sponsored work you are
|going to do, which you call Rite. I was wondering if the development
|is going to happen in private, or if you have any plans you are going
|to make public before release ? Is the development going to benefit
|the current MRI, for example in terms of cleaning the language from
|it's irregularities, or syntax simplification. I think it would be
|great if Ruby 2.0 could be influenced by the work you are going to do
|on Rite, and reversely, so as to minimize divergences.
|
|Sorry if I am asking too much questions. I have been using Ruby for 6
|years now, and I decided it's time I contribute back to this wonderful
|language. There is so much things I would like to do.. I'm too late in
|the game, which is why I might sound a bit too pressing :)
|
|/----\ Cheers !
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|  \/
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