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Hi,
On 18 April 2010 11:22, Brian Candler <b.candler / pobox.com> wrote:

> One of the joys of ruby 1.9 is that the same program run on two
> different machines can behave differently. That's even if the two
> machines have identical versions of ruby and OS *and* you are feeding in
> the same input data.
>

Please don't be so pessimist without real reason :)
(that said, show some code that has different result in the conditions you
said).

Maybe what you're describing is caused by different revisions, but that
happened also in 1.8, no?

* Look at str.bytes.to_a to see if the byte sequence is correct or not.
> That is, the fact that irb displays the string wrongly or rightly
> doesn't mean anything; don't trust what you see.
>
> Yes, that's true, encoding in irb is still ,often, having a bad result.

B.D.

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