pat eyler wrote in post #980391:
> I'd offer your 1.9 code up for integration.  Ask if he's interested in
> working together, or if he's not working on it anymore if he'd be
> willing to pass the baton.

Ok.  I sent him an email.

The hard thing is that it has a lot of C code that changed between Ruby 
1.8 and Ruby 1.9.  It was mostly superficial changes because the macros 
changed.  I'm wondering if it might be best to keep two versions: a 1.8 
version and a 1.9 version.  That is where my questions start.  How often 
is that done?  I know the ruby debugger is split into a 1.8 version and 
a 1.9 version for example.

Thanks,
Perry

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