Is this the error I should see for JRuby?

https://gist.github.com/1084324

If so...yes, it could be something simple, but there's obviously a bug
here. Perhaps I could bother you to formally file a bug at
http://bugs.jruby.org, so we can track it off-list?

- Charlie

On Thu, Jul 14, 2011 at 11:45 PM, Austin Ziegler <halostatue / gmail.com> wrote:
> I've had folks asking me for a release of text-hyphen that works with
> Ruby 1.9, and while I've got something that passes the tests that I've
> created and added for MRI 1.9, it *loses* compatibility with Ruby
> 1.8.7 (and does so loudly in the tests) and JRuby (in either 1.8 or
> 1.9 mode, it appears). I need some help to get the last bits ready,
> because I'm not ready to drop Ruby 1.8 entirely (at least one more
> version).
>
> - You can find the source on GitHub: https://github.com/halostatue/text-hyphen/
> - You will need hoe as a development dependency to assist with this if
> you want to use the Rakefile; otherwise, you can run the test files in
> test/ directly.
> - Only one of the tests fails, but there's a good chance that new
> tests along the same lines would probably fail.
>
> I have tested against most Ruby environments, and it only succeeds
> against MRI 1.9.2; even JRuby in 1.9 mode fails in the same way is
> JRuby 1.8.
>
> This issue is preventing the release of the next release of
> text-hyphen, and if you have some help you can provide, I need it as I
> don't have time to investigate and fix it myself (I've got another
> project that's taking all of my time).
>
> After this release, this project will probably be put into maintenance
> mode (the hyphenation files, aside from an update to UTF-8 encoding
> where they weren't already such, have not been updated since the
> original release) and I will look at implementing a new version that
> works only under Ruby 1.9 (probably under a new name) that will use
> the same basic engine but can read .tex hyphenation files from the
> texhyphen project rather than depending on the hand-converted
> hyphenation files I have, which will also simplify the licensing of
> this successor project.
>
> -a
> [1] No, I won't remove it as it helps with release management.
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