Pit Capitain wrote:
> 2009/2/12 Gregory Brown <gregory.t.brown / gmail.com>:
>> On Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 1:59 PM, Pit Capitain <pit.capitain / gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Gregory, there is no Ruby 1.8 and has never been. There have been
>>> 1.8.0, 1.8.1, up to 1.8.7, each one differing from the others.
>> You keep saying this but frankly, it's ridiculous.  Yes, you can find
>> changes.  In Ruby 1.8.7, you get clubbed over the head with them.
> 
> So we agree to disagree. Though I'd be interested in what you'd define
> as "Ruby 1.8". Is it 1.8.6? Why not 1.8.2? Does 1.8.5 qualify as being
> a "Ruby 1.8", despite the differences to 1.8.6? In the end I'm sure it
> will be 1.8.6, so why not name it as such? Why interpret more into it
> as it really is?

"Ruby 1.8" is that which installs libraries into
$PREFIX_DIR/lib/ruby/1.8 .

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