Dave Thomas wrote:


> Threading is the big one. Then there's also the strange subprocess
> handling: last time I tried it, accessing $? after calling system()
> threw an exception, for example. Handling of built-in commands also
> used to be problematic.
> 
> I also see problems with the networking code: webrick keeps crashing
> for me under windows.
> 
> In general, Ruby under Windows is not as stable or as reliable as
> under Unix. If someone were to take charge, they could work on
> building the bug list.


All this brainstorming and coordinating of efforts feels like a breeze 
of fresh air. Although I'm currently moving away from Windows, I'm happy 
to see people starting to make Ruby go more places, in a better way.


> My ideal would be to have a community project to get Ruby support
> under Windows as solid as Perl's.


I think you all can do it :)

Tobi


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