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At Wed, 16 Oct 2002 17:28:06 -0400,
Luc B?langer wrote:
> 
> Yes that's it, that's what Peter told me. Since then I read the
> documentation on the Mach-O runtime architecture and the patch seems
> to be ok. What I plan to do (when I'll have time) is to re-patch that
> part to use the two-levels namespace of Darwin v5 and up (Mac OS X
> 10.1). That way we could use the two-level namespace in the bundle,
> which will speed up the loading time of module in ruby.
> 
> I've recheck the code and the patch don't use any new API since Mac OS
> 10.0
> The bugs Eric submitted must have been there before the patch I think.
> 
> On Mercredi, octo 16, 2002, at 17:18 America/Montreal, Akinori MUSHA
> wrote:
> 
> > At Mon, 14 Oct 2002 06:52:09 +0900,
> > Luc B?langer wrote:
> >> I have a patch for the dynamic linker in MacOS X, which permit to load
> >> the extension bundle linked dynamically against optional library
> >> (libiconv, readline and gdbm). The Patch is not from me, but from
> >> "Peter O'Gorman" <peter / pogma.com>. We worked around the issue when I
> >> tried to import the ruby 1.7 dev version in the darwinport tree.
> >
> > Just for clarification: what the patch does is unbreak the broken
> > darwin support/workaround that has been disabled and switch to using
> > it, correct?
> >
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