> This isn't about the merits of the changes you (or other
> implementors)
> might make.  My concern is what happens when there are various
> Rubies
> around (whether or not they are more/less/equally elegant than/as
> Ruby), and people start writing ostensible Ruby code that requires
> a
> certain Ruby implementation.


I'm not sure this is relevant, but the gnu c++ compiler allows a
number of things that "normal" c++ does not; how do they handle that?




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