On Tue, 20 Jan 2004, Mike Stok wrote:

>In article <400CC766.8E0DD71 / engard.hu>,
>Ferenc Engard  <ferenc / engard.hu> wrote:
>>Does it affect multithreading (i.e., tk)?
>>
>>Anyway, it seems that the problem exists only on mandrake, even with
>>newer ruby than on my debian box. The latest one was tried is
>>2003-12-27, and on debian I was happy with 2003-11-11. Are you sure
>>compiling the HEAD version solves the problem?
>>
>>Nobody uses mandrake here?
>
>I use Mandrake 9.2 (up to date with the latest patches) with a "self
>compiled" Ruby 1.8.1 with no problems, and I am messing around with a
>Tk application quite happily.
>
>[mike@ratdog mike]$ cat /etc/redhat-release
>Mandrake Linux release 9.2 (FiveStar) for i586
>[mike@ratdog mike]$ rpm -qa | grep '^tk-'
>tk-8.4.2-1mdk

Mine:

ruby-1.8.1-1mdk (2004-01-07)
tk-8.4.5-2mdk (2003-11-25)

Home-made libmysql-ruby, the source seems to be 2.4.5, 2003-08-09

I also use tktable and tix.

Ferenc