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Hey,

I didn't realized that the evolution of Ruby could be told in such an
interesting story. ;-)

Thanks Ilan.

2007/12/6, Ilan Berci <coder68 / yahoo.com>:
>
> Song Ma wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I understand this question is a little bit "earlier" before Ruby 1.9.x
> > debut
> > in Dec. 2007.
> >
> > There will be many big changes in 1.9 release like new VM and M17N based
> > strings.
> > Matz has explained that after 1.9 release the following deliveries will
> > be
> > the version to patch on 1.9 to include people's feedback for 1.9.
> >
> > However, if we look further through year 2008, is there any other big
> > changes ( like VM or M17N ) for Ruby that are going to happen?
> >
> > Is there any place I can find the "roadmap" or "release plan" for the
> > evolution of Ruby?
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Song Ma
>
> This is akin to a team that suffered, sweated, agonized over building a
> castle for the last 3 years and when the last rock was about to be
> placed, a noble from the back asked when the mote would be started.  The
> noble was immediately gagged and eventually hanged but that was another
> story...
>
> The story had a happy ending as all the castle builders locked
> themselves up with a fast comp, 2 maidens each, and Ruby 1.9 which
> eventually lead to the singularity theorem being realized within the
> span of 2 short weeks.
>
> ilan
>
>
> --
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>
>

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