20556-22787

20324-23381 subjects 20754-21474

^ [Bug #723] Net::HTTPHeader doesn't check the type of the 'value'
20556 [redmine ruby] Issue #723 has been updated by Dmitry A. Ustalov.

^ [Bug #877] [win32] Ruby Standard Library (maybe smth else): Wrong Encoding in Files, Directories and Environment Variables
20557 [redmine ruby] Bug #877: [win32] Ruby Standard Library (maybe smth else): Wrong Encoding in Files, Directories and Environment Variables

^ [Bug #857](Closed) 1.9 Crash on calling 'hour' method on DateTime object in C extension
20558 [redmine ruby] Issue #857 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Bug #799](Closed) cross compile 1.9.1-preview1 is not possible
20559 [redmine ruby] Issue #799 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Bug #871](Closed) Segfault when define_method is setting up a method that takes a block
20560 [redmine ruby] Issue #871 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Bug #882] [patch] Sync#try_lock always fails due to wrong variable name
20561 [redmine ruby] Bug #882: [patch] Sync#try_lock always fails due to wrong variable name

^ [Bug #882](Closed) [patch] Sync#try_lock always fails due to wrong variable name
20563 [redmine ruby] Issue #882 has been updated by Yukihiro Matsumoto.

^ [Bug #883] Failure: test_handle_special_CROSSREF_no_underscore(TestRDocMarkupToHtmlCrossref)
20564 [redmine ruby] Bug #883: Failure: test_handle_special_CROSSREF_no_underscore(TestRDocMarkupToHtmlCrossref)

^ [Bug #873] compilation failure
20572 [redmine ruby] Issue #873 has been updated by Oleg Puchinin.

^ [Feature #839] Add code on each line of a backtrace output to the screen
20575 [redmine ruby] Issue #839 has been updated by Roger Pack.
20579 [dooby d10.ka] (from Nobu Nakada)

^ [Bug #888] zlib 1.2.3 does not work with Rubygems 1.3.1 (in Ruby 1.9.1) on Windows
20576 [redmine ruby] Bug #888: zlib 1.2.3 does not work with Rubygems 1.3.1 (in Ruby 1.9.1) on Windows

^ [Bug #888] zlib 1.2.3 does not work with Rubygems 1.3.1 (in Ruby 1.9.1) on Windows
20577 [redmine ruby] Issue #888 has been updated by Chauk-Mean PROUM.

^ [Feature #889] erb.rb should use Array and << for eoutvar and not String and concat
20578 [redmine ruby] Feature #889: erb.rb should use Array and << for eoutvar and not String and concat

^ [Feature #889] erb.rb should use Array and << for eoutvar and not String and concat
20580 [redmine ruby] Issue #889 has been updated by Nathan Weizenbaum.

^ [Feature #889] erb.rb should use Array and << for eoutvar and not String and concat
20581 [redmine ruby] Issue #889 has been updated by Thomas Enebo.

^ [Feature #889] erb.rb should use Array and << for eoutvar and not String and concat
20582 [redmine ruby] Issue #889 has been updated by Nathan Weizenbaum.

^ [Bug #890] Segmentation fault when block is passed to yield
20583 [redmine ruby] Bug #890: Segmentation fault when block is passed to yield

^ [Feature #889] erb.rb should use Array and << for eoutvar and not String and concat
20584 [redmine ruby] Issue #889 has been updated by Charles Nutter.

^ [Feature #889] erb.rb should use Array and << for eoutvar and not String and concat
20585 [redmine ruby] Issue #889 has been updated by Jeremy Kemper.

^ StringIO bug?
20586 [mbj seonic.n] Im not shure weather this is the correct place to do bug reports.
20587 [dave pragpro] You're overwriting the content of buff each time round the loop. The
20588 [mbj seonic.n] Year, I should drink more coffe ;)

^ [Bug #877] [win32] Ruby Standard Library (maybe smth else): Wrong Encoding in Files, Directories and Environment Variables
20590 [redmine ruby] Issue #877 has been updated by Luis Lavena.

^ [Bug #618](Closed) some tests still seem to depend on test/unit
20591 [redmine ruby] Issue #618 has been updated by Ryan Davis.

^ [Bug #877] [win32] Ruby Standard Library (maybe smth else): Wrong Encoding in Files, Directories and Environment Variables
20592 [redmine ruby] Issue #877 has been updated by Dmitry A. Ustalov.

^ [Bug #883] Failure: test_handle_special_CROSSREF_no_underscore(TestRDocMarkupToHtmlCrossref)
20594 [redmine ruby] Issue #883 has been updated by Eric Hodel.

^ [Bug #890](Closed) Segmentation fault when block is passed to yield
20597 [redmine ruby] Issue #890 has been updated by Yukihiro Matsumoto.

^ [Bug #829] String#<=> doc incorrect
20598 [redmine ruby] Issue #829 has been updated by Yukihiro Matsumoto.

^ [Bug #883] Failure: test_handle_special_CROSSREF_no_underscore(TestRDocMarkupToHtmlCrossref)
20599 [redmine ruby] Issue #883 has been updated by Kazuhiro NISHIYAMA.
22770 [nobu ruby-la] Assuming the test is correct.

^ [Bug #883] Failure: test_handle_special_CROSSREF_no_underscore(TestRDocMarkupToHtmlCrossref)
20600 [redmine ruby] Issue #883 has been updated by Brian Candler.

^ ruby-mode.el has moved
20601 [phil hagelb.] I'm pleased to announce that the Emacs library that provides Ruby
+ 20607 [knu iDaemons] Finally.  Thanks for your great effort!
+ 20608 [matz ruby-la] What do you think the best way to do with ruby-mode.el in the standard
  20838 [phil hagelb.] For ease of maintainability, the copy of ruby-mode.el in Emacs'
  20839 [matz ruby-la] Reasonable.  I checked in.

^ Quick question about zlib tests
20602 [gregory.t.br] I'm working on backporting the zlib tests from Ruby 1.9.1 to Ruby

^ [Bug #893] XMLRPC::Server "system.listMethods" handler returns hidden methods
20603 [redmine ruby] Bug #893: XMLRPC::Server "system.listMethods" handler returns hidden methods

^ [Bug #894] XMLRPC::Server "system.listMethods" handler fails in Ruby 1.9.1-preview2
20604 [redmine ruby] Bug #894: XMLRPC::Server "system.listMethods" handler fails in Ruby 1.9.1-preview2

^ [Bug #895] MiniTest::Assertions#refute_instance_of should use Object#instance_of? instead Module#===
20605 [redmine ruby] Bug #895: MiniTest::Assertions#refute_instance_of should use Object#instance_of? instead Module#===

^ system() issues on Windows
20606 [quixoticsyco] I put together a spec of my grievances with system() on Windows and
+ 20627 [rogerpack200] They look like bugs to me.  Maybe file something on redmine for them?
| 20694 [nobu ruby-la] Has anyone filed already?
| 20702 [luislavena g] T24gRnJpLCBEZWMgMTksIDIwMDggYXQgNjozMyBBTSwgTm9idXlvc2hpIE5ha2FkYSA8bm9idUBy
+ 20629 [jim.weirich ] Since rake depends upon system() to run external commands, these
| + 20655 [rogerpack200] I almost wish we could add the specs he contributed to the core tests.
| | 20657 [luislavena g] T24gVGh1LCBEZWMgMTgsIDIwMDggYXQgMzowMSBQTSwgUm9nZXIgUGFjayA8cm9nZXJwYWNrMjAw
| + 20666 [luislavena g] T24gVGh1LCBEZWMgMTgsIDIwMDggYXQgNDowOSBBTSwgSmltIFdlaXJpY2ggPGppbS53ZWlyaWNo
+ 20676 [quixoticsyco] I had assumed there would resistance to changing system(), as I can

^ [Bug #877] [win32] Ruby Standard Library (maybe smth else): Wrong Encoding in Files, Directories and Environment Variables
20609 [redmine ruby] Issue #877 has been updated by Michael Klishin.

^ [Bug #896] MiniTest::Assertions#assert_match arguments order is different from Test::Unit::Assertions::assert_match
20610 [redmine ruby] Bug #896: MiniTest::Assertions#assert_match arguments order is different from Test::Unit::Assertions::assert_match

^ [Bug #897] Kenel#describe should be private in minitest/spec
20611 [redmine ruby] Bug #897: Kenel#describe should be private in minitest/spec

^ [Bug #900] warnings in *.rb
20612 [redmine ruby] Bug #900: warnings in *.rb

^ [Bug #901] RDoc does not handle multiple method description for a C function properly
20613 [redmine ruby] Bug #901: RDoc does not handle multiple method description for a C function properly

^ Paging Dave Thomas
20614 [james graypr] Dave any emails I send to you or Andy are bouncing back to me with a
20616 [dave pragpro] Replied off list,

^ [Bug #902] 1.9.1 preview 1 does not build on mac OSX 10.5.5
20615 [redmine ruby] Bug #902: 1.9.1 preview 1 does not build on mac OSX 10.5.5

^ [Bug #894](Closed) XMLRPC::Server "system.listMethods" handler fails in Ruby 1.9.1-preview2
20617 [redmine ruby] Issue #894 has been updated by James Gray.

^ [Bug #893] XMLRPC::Server "system.listMethods" handler returns hidden methods
20618 [redmine ruby] Issue #893 has been updated by James Gray.

^ Proposal: Proc#bind
20620 [kondzior.p g] SXQgd291bGQgYmUgZ29vZCB0byBoYXZlIFByb2MjYmluZChyZWNlaXZlcikgbWV0aG9kIHRoYXQg
20642 [radek.bulat ] QXMgZmFyIGFzIEkgdW5kZXJzdGFuZCBQYXdlbCBwcm9wb3JzYWwgaGUgd2FudHMgdG8gZG8gc210
+ 20645 [radek.bulat ] TWF5YmUgI2JpbmQgaXMgbWlzbGVhZGluZyBiZWNhdXNlIHRoZXJlIGlzIGFscmVhZHkgYm91bmRl
+ 20646 [matz ruby-la] I am not sure whether it is good to add every possible method to the

^ ruby take non .rb files?
20626 [rogerpack200] I'm pretty sure this has been discussed before, but what would the
+ 20628 [charles.nutt] In JRuby's case, it would present a problem: run the .rb file or the
| + 20648 [tommy.morgan] Wouldn't it be fairly easy to set up a priority for this situation though? Or am I misunderstanding the issue?
| + 20656 [rogerpack200] I'd probably recompile if they're different.
+ 20633 [nobu ruby-la] On unix platforms, executable script files don't need to have
  20658 [admin hawtho] I for one like to have my ruby files without extensions for just that

^ [Bug #903] segmentation fault in irb
20631 [redmine ruby] Bug #903: segmentation fault in irb

^ [Bug #900](Closed) warnings in *.rb
20632 [redmine ruby] Issue #900 has been updated by Yukihiro Matsumoto.

^ [Bug #903](Closed) segmentation fault in irb
20634 [redmine ruby] Issue #903 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ Proposal: remove minitest/spec, minitest/mock from standard library
20635 [okkez000 gma] I am a member of Ruby Reference Manual Renewal Project (in Japanese).

^ [Bug #572](Closed) CGI::Session : ignore session_key and session_id options
20641 [redmine ruby] Issue #572 has been updated by Takeyuki Fujioka.

^ [Feature #711](Closed) M17N of irb
20643 [redmine ruby] Issue #711 has been updated by Yuki Sonoda.

^ [Bug #877] [win32] Ruby Standard Library (maybe smth else): Wrong Encoding in Files, Directories and Environment Variables
20644 [redmine ruby] Issue #877 has been updated by Dmitry A. Ustalov.

^ [Bug #877] [win32] Ruby Standard Library (maybe smth else): Wrong Encoding in Files, Directories and Environment Variables
20647 [redmine ruby] Issue #877 has been updated by Michael Klishin.

^ [Bug #877] [win32] Ruby Standard Library (maybe smth else): Wrong Encoding in Files, Directories and Environment Variables
20649 [redmine ruby] Issue #877 has been updated by Dmitry A. Ustalov.

^ [Bug #877] [win32] Ruby Standard Library (maybe smth else): Wrong Encoding in Files, Directories and Environment Variables
20650 [redmine ruby] Issue #877 has been updated by Michael Klishin.

^ [Bug #877] [win32] Ruby Standard Library (maybe smth else): Wrong Encoding in Files, Directories and Environment Variables
20651 [redmine ruby] Issue #877 has been updated by Dmitry A. Ustalov.

^ [Bug #877] [win32] Ruby Standard Library (maybe smth else): Wrong Encoding in Files, Directories and Environment Variables
20659 [redmine ruby] Issue #877 has been updated by Michael Klishin.

^ question about Dir.glob("directory\\subdir\\*")
20660 [rogerpack200] Should this work in windows?
20664 [Daniel.Berge] It was changed in 1.8.6. Backslashes are now considered "special"

^ [Bug #454] URI does not follow the last rfc about uri syntax
20661 [redmine ruby] Issue #454 has been updated by Jonas Witt.

^ [Bug #877] [win32] Ruby Standard Library (maybe smth else): Wrong Encoding in Files, Directories and Environment Variables
20662 [redmine ruby] Issue #877 has been updated by Dmitry A. Ustalov.

^ best way to handle $: when embedding ruby
20665 [funkaster gm] I'm trying to embed ruby in an iPhone App, and so, I have to follow
20693 [nobu ruby-la] Is iPhone also Darwin?  I don't know how it differs from OS X,
20701 [funkaster gm] Yes, iPhone is also Darwin, but Apple has not bundled ruby :-(
22787 [nobu ruby-la] I've implemented it using dladdr() in the trunk.  Try

^ [Feature #905] Add String.new(fixnum) to preallocate large buffer
20668 [redmine ruby] Feature #905: Add String.new(fixnum) to preallocate large buffer
+ 20671 [matz ruby-la] I like the idea.
| + 20673 [dave pragpro] Maybe
| | 20681 [charles.nutt] Yes, I'm thinking bytes myself. Presumably you either want just a byte
| + 20674 [charles.nutt] I thought String.new(1000) would be a nice equivalent to
|   20697 [jim.weirich ] There is a slight difference.  Array.new(1000) creates an array with a
|   20703 [charles.nutt] Yes, that's a good point; and the resulting array would << to the 1001st
|   20704 [dave pragpro] I think the reason I dislike this is that you're creating methods that
|   20705 [charles.nutt] Neither of those methods are polymorphic on anything. They're both new
|   20707 [dave pragpro] .new is
|   20709 [charles.nutt] And already has multiple forms in Array, so there's precedent. Also,
|   + 20710 [dave pragpro] I don't think the cost of a hash is going to be significant--if it is, =20=
|   | 20711 [charles.nutt] Hard to do, since it has to be a hash on the callee side. Constructing
|   | 20713 [rogerpack200] I suppose a clever implementation could optimize that out.
|   | 20722 [Thomas.Enebo] HEH.  So using this logic we have never had a clever implementation of
|   + 20714 [gwtmp01 mac.] String.reserve(100)
|     20716 [charles.nutt] "reserve" is pretty good. I'll abstain from commenting on any other
|     20729 [vjoel path.b] Did anyone suggest String.capacity(100) yet? The sense would be obvious
+ 20793 [charles.nutt] I guess the relative silence on this issue means there's not much more
  20799 [dave pragpro] File.open...

^ [Bug #906] File.close not working good in Windows
20669 [redmine ruby] Bug #906: File.close not working good in Windows
20672 [matz ruby-la] It's a "unfortunate" spec of Windows.  You can't remove files opened

^ [Feature #905] Add String.new(fixnum) to preallocate large buffer
20670 [redmine ruby] Issue #905 has been updated by Brian Ford.
+ 20675 [charles.nutt] Yeah, seems like a reasonably good idea. The string formats seem a
+ 20690 [duerst it.ao] I'm at a total loss to see why
  + 20692 [shortcutter ] It's probably not.  But if you want "ab" repeated 5 times, then "ab" *
  + 20715 [brixen gmail] It's not better. It's not intended that you see it. Behind the scenes

^ [Bug #877] [win32] Ruby Standard Library (maybe smth else): Wrong Encoding in Files, Directories and Environment Variables
20678 [redmine ruby] Issue #877 has been updated by Luis Lavena.

^ [Bug #906] File.close not working good in Windows
20680 [redmine ruby] Issue #906 has been updated by Yong Lu.
20682 [matz ruby-la] * file may not be opened from this process.

^ [Bug #906] File.close not working good in Windows
20683 [redmine ruby] Issue #906 has been updated by Yong Lu.

^ [Bug #906] File.close not working good in Windows
20684 [redmine ruby] Issue #906 has been updated by Yong Lu.

^ [Bug #906](Rejected) File.close not working good in Windows
20685 [redmine ruby] Issue #906 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Bug #906] File.close not working good in Windows
20687 [redmine ruby] Issue #906 has been updated by Yong Lu.

^ [Bug #907] Various system() and backticks problems on Windows
20695 [redmine ruby] Bug #907: Various system() and backticks problems on Windows

^ [Bug #605](Closed) CGI::Session : ignore session_key and session_id options
20696 [redmine ruby] Issue #605 has been updated by Takeyuki Fujioka.

^ [Feature #839] Add code on each line of a backtrace output to the screen
20698 [redmine ruby] Issue #839 has been updated by Roger Pack.

^ how is 1.9 able to handle > 1024 sockets?
20699 [rogerpack200] I noticed that select in 1.9 seems to be able to handle more than
20758 [akr fsij.org] select supports such fds on several Unixen including Linux,
20778 [rogerpack200] Interesting.  Perhaps there are differences among versions of linux, as well?

^ [Bug #907] Various system() and backticks problems on Windows
20700 [redmine ruby] Issue #907 has been updated by James M. Lawrence.

^ [Feature #908] Should be an easy way of reading N characters from am I/O stream
20706 [redmine ruby] Feature #908: Should be an easy way of reading N characters from am I/O stream
20774 [danielcavana] or perhaps a new method IO#readchars/read_chars that matches IO#read, and

^ [Bug #902](Assigned) 1.9.1 preview 1 does not build on mac OSX 10.5.5
20717 [redmine ruby] Issue #902 has been updated by Kouji Takao.

^ [Bug #902] 1.9.1 preview 1 does not build on mac OSX 10.5.5
20718 [redmine ruby] Issue #902 has been updated by Kouji Takao.

^ [Bug #907](Closed) Various system() and backticks problems on Windows
20719 [redmine ruby] Issue #907 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ Current status of 1.9.1 RC1's issues
20720 [yugui yugui.] I'm going to release Ruby 1.9.1 Release Candidate on Dec 25.
+ 20744 [rogerpack200] I'll try a couple of the bugs out...
+ 20759 [akr fsij.org] if trap(sig, "EXIT"), sig intend to exit the process.
+ 20807 [drbrain segm] Currently the default charset for RDoc HTML output is UTF-8.  I don't
| + 20809 [yugui yugui.] Is the patch for trunk?  trunk/NEWS contains changes between 1.9.1 and
| | 20822 [drbrain segm] Sorry, I have attached a new patch to #497 with updates for RDoc
| + 20820 [drbrain segm] Applied to trunk r20932.  Will you apply the patch from #470 now?
+ 20826 [drbrain segm] begin
  20830 [yugui yugui.] Thanks. Please commit it to the ruby_1_9_1.

^ [Bug #877] [win32] Ruby Standard Library (maybe smth else): Wrong Encoding in Files, Directories and Environment Variables
20721 [redmine ruby] Issue #877 has been updated by Dmitry A. Ustalov.

^ [Bug #911] ArgumentError in Resolv#getaddress
20723 [redmine ruby] Bug #911: ArgumentError in Resolv#getaddress
20756 [akr fsij.org] I couldn't reproduce the problem.
20760 [federico.bui] Please try to run the command several times in a row, it won't fail
20764 [akr fsij.org] I couldn't reproduce the problem even if it repeats 100 times.
20765 [federico.bui] irb(main):009:0> 10.times {
20766 [james graypr] I'm wondering if the difference that makes it happen or not happen is =20=
20768 [federico.bui] $ ./configure --with-readline-dir=3D/usr/local/lib

^ Working with binary strings in Ruby 1.9?
20724 [hadmut danis] I was just trying to port some ruby code from 1.8 to 1.9 as was running
+ 20725 [halostatue g] binstring.force_encoding("ASCII-8BIT") # or BINARY
+ 20728 [james graypr] File.binread(=85)
  + 20730 [vjoel path.b] Is there a way to avoid #to_a?
  | 20731 [james graypr] Sure.  If the String has an encoding of ASCII-8BIT, as suggested in
  + 20740 [michael.seli] File.open(<file>, encoding: "BINARY") {|f| f.read}
    + 20742 [james graypr] <james@grayproductions.net=20
    | 20745 [michael.seli] Sorry, you are quite right.
    + 20772 [danielcavana] <james@grayproductions.net>

^ OpenSolaris Patch for 1.9
20726 [raichoo goog] the recent opensolaris release. I don't know if this is any good since
+ 20757 [akr fsij.org] ISPRINT is locale insensitive.
| 20761 [raichoo goog] i extended the patch a little bit. This one should be better.
+ 20767 [matz ruby-la] The latest trunk use our own version of isprint (rb_isprint), so that

^ [Feature #839] Add code on each line of a backtrace output to the screen
20727 [redmine ruby] Issue #839 has been updated by Roger Pack.

^ irb prompt question
20734 [rogerpack200] ?> end
20735 [luislavena g] T24gU2F0LCBEZWMgMjAsIDIwMDggYXQgODoyMiBQTSwgUm9nZXIgUGFjayA8cm9nZXJwYWNrMjAw
20738 [rogerpack200] this is 1.8.x or 1.9 with irb --simple-prompt

^ versioning of trunk
20736 [rogerpack200] I realize this has been discussed before...

^ [Bug #912] Confusion over encoding returned by IO#read & IO.read
20741 [redmine ruby] Bug #912: Confusion over encoding returned by IO#read & IO.read

^ [Bug #814](Assigned) NoMethodError: undefined method `read_nonblock' for #<OpenSSL::SSL::SSLSocket:0x1a64f9a0>
20743 [redmine ruby] Issue #814 has been updated by Yuki Sonoda.
20755 [oldmoe gmail] I noticed the patch only handled the EWOULDBLOCK exceptions and not EAGAIN.

^ [Bug #634] Time parsing works in 1.8 but not 1.9
20746 [redmine ruby] Issue #634 has been updated by tadayoshi funaba.
20747 [yugui yugui.] Can I regard this issue as rejected?
20779 [rogerpack200] Seems somewhat surprising to me that
20785 [matz ruby-la] "dd/dd/dd" format itself is very culture dependent and ambiguous.  It

^ [Bug #634] Time parsing works in 1.8 but not 1.9
20748 [redmine ruby] Issue #634 has been updated by tadayoshi funaba.

^ [PATCH] Promising C coding techniques to reduce MRI's memory use
20749 [brent mbari.] I've finally put together the promised set of patches against version
+ 20750 [brent mbari.] [PATCH] Promising C coding techniques to reduce MRI's memory use
| + 20751 [ezmobius gma] These look like awesome patches Brent! Thanks for making them
| | 20752 [brent mbari.] Just finished running the standard regression test suite with both
| | + 20753 [kurt cashnet] How difficult to apply to 1.8.6?
| | + 20781 [rogerpack200] First thanks for doing all that hard work.  I'm sure it's not pleasant
| |   20783 [brent mbari.] Roger,
| |   + 20784 [gethemant gm] Hey Brent,
| |   | 20816 [brent mbari.] My patches don't mess with any of the pthread stuff.
| |   | 20827 [gethemant gm] Are you talking about (http://www.javaeye.com)?
| |   + 20808 [michael.seli] In my experience on x86 architecture using GCC, "memset(p, 0, len)" is
| |   | 20854 [brent mbari.] Mike,
| |   | 20860 [michael.seli] Try using the gcc option "-minline-all-stringops". I think that should
| |   | 20863 [brent mbari.] I just had a quick play with the gcc option "-minline-all-stringops".
| |   + 20903 [rogerpack200] Seems to overall be a tidge slower for "micro" stuff--5 or 10%.
| |     20914 [brent mbari.] Roger,
| |     20922 [rogerpack200] Yeah, that and http://lloydforge.org/projects/misc/
| |     20931 [brent mbari.] Roger,
| |     20995 [rogerpack200] Hmm interesting.
| |     21261 [sdsykes gmai] Brent,
| |     + 21263 [charles.nutt] $ ./ruby -I lib ../jruby/bench/language/bench_method_dispatch_only.rb
| |     | 21270 [sylvain.joye] Could you try the same tests with GC disabled ? I'm wondering if the change is
| |     + 21288 [brent mbari.] Stephen,
| |       21292 [hongli plan9] According to the GCC documentation, -O (and -O2, -O3 and -Os) implies
| |       21294 [brent mbari.] That's not the way the gcc behaves in my experience with the 32-bit x86
| |       21295 [hongli plan9] Both 'info gcc' and the online manual[1] say "-fomit-frame-pointer ...
| |       21303 [sdsykes gmai] On OSX -fomit-frame-pointer is turned off if you use -O2, or other
| |       21323 [brent mbari.] Stephen,
| |       + 21338 [sdsykes gmai] Brent,
| |       | 21348 [brent mbari.] Oh... Never mind :-)
| |       + 21344 [hramrach cen] How do you measure peak process size?
| |         21349 [brent mbari.] Michal,
| |         21352 [sdsykes gmai] Yes, it appears that these options cause patched ruby to crash with
| + 20762 [hongli plan9] Awesome work! Very good explanations.
+ 20825 [fankai gmail] I have test MBARI patch on JavaEye.com (http://www.javaeye.com) , that i=
  20828 [brent mbari.] You are the second to observe these patches improving Rails performance.
  20829 [fankai gmail] I met Regexp error on MBARI 2008-12-21 version, which occur when we use Rails
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