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20556-22787 subjects 21004-23881

^ Array#map and #select overrides
20754 [dblack rubyp] Am I right in thinking that Array overrides #map and #select for
20782 [matz ruby-la] As far as I remember, the performance is the only reason.

^ [Bug #911] ArgumentError in Resolv#getaddress
20763 [redmine ruby] Issue #911 has been updated by Michael Klishin.

^ [Bug #814] NoMethodError: undefined method `read_nonblock' for #<OpenSSL::SSL::SSLSocket:0x1a64f9a0>
20775 [redmine ruby] Issue #814 has been updated by Yuki Sonoda.

^ mingw test-all output
20780 [rogerpack200] SGVyZSdzIGEgcmVjZW50IHRlc3QtYWxsIG91dHB1dCBmb3IgMV84XzYgYnJhbmNoLCBpZiBhbnli

^ [Bug #918] super doesn't work correctly when used with define_method
20786 [redmine ruby] Bug #918: super doesn't work correctly when used with define_method
20788 [ko1 atdot.ne] On my environment, following patch fixes this issue.  Could you try it?

^ [Bug #918] super doesn't work correctly when used with define_method
20787 [redmine ruby] Issue #918 has been updated by Michael Klishin.

^ [Bug #918] super doesn't work correctly when used with define_method
20790 [redmine ruby] Issue #918 has been updated by Tomas Matousek.

^ [Bug #918] super doesn't work correctly when used with define_method
20792 [redmine ruby] Issue #918 has been updated by Tomas Matousek.

^ [Bug #920] require is not thread-safe
20794 [redmine ruby] Bug #920: require is not thread-safe
+ 20800 [dave pragpro] The first solution will not be thread safe, for the reasons stated=97the =
| 20803 [shortcutter ] uld
| 20805 [charles.nutt] Well, by definition it's not a solution because it doesn't actually
+ 20843 [rogerpack200] I rather like the idea of only allowing "at most" one thread to be

^ [Bug #918] super doesn't work correctly when used with define_method
20796 [redmine ruby] Issue #918 has been updated by Michael Klishin.

^ [Bug #921] autoload is not thread-safe
20797 [redmine ruby] Bug #921: autoload is not thread-safe
+ 20801 [dave pragpro] Why not use the same lock that's used by require? The two are clearly
| 20804 [charles.nutt] It probably could use the same lock; the trickier bit is that in between
| 20831 [dave pragpro] Yeah--you'd need to make require transactional somehow.
| + 20841 [drbrain segm] RubyGems now does, but the code wasn't introduced by me.
| + 20842 [chneukirchen] Rack does.  Merb does as well.
| | 20845 [halostatue g] So does RbGCCXML, a random library that I'm using (I see no point as
| + 20847 [charles.nutt] Yeah, that's essentially it (though it's more specific to autoload).
|   20849 [dave pragpro] Would it be sufficient to add field to each constant to say "loading
+ 20844 [rogerpack200] My preference would be for it at most one thread to be "in an
+ 20851 [nobu ruby-la] This description is old.  Already autoload sees the same lock
  20853 [charles.nutt] So if two threads lookup the same autoload constant at the same time, is
  20858 [nobu ruby-la] It's same as two threads requiring without autoloading.
  20859 [charles.nutt] I'm not sure this is safe enough. If the first thread has already set

^ [Bug #555](Closed) method_missing in Gem module removes some necessary methods
20806 [redmine ruby] Issue #555 has been updated by Eric Hodel.

^ [ANN] The release of 1.9.1 RC was deferred
20810 [yugui yugui.] As a result of Ruby developers meeting on yesterday, I decided to defer

^ [Bug #911] ArgumentError in Resolv#getaddress
20811 [redmine ruby] Issue #911 has been updated by Federico Builes.
20812 [akr fsij.org] I don't understand why it fix the problem.
20817 [federico.bui] You're right, I was testing against an older 1.9 that
20821 [akr fsij.org] The problem is Interrupt#initialize in 1.8.6.

^ [Bug #922] Float == is false when should be true
20813 [redmine ruby] Bug #922: Float == is false when should be true
20814 [drbrain segm] They're not the same, Ruby truncates the true value for display

^ [Bug #922] Float == is false when should be true
20815 [redmine ruby] Issue #922 has been updated by Dave B.

^ [Bug #922] Float == is false when should be true
20818 [redmine ruby] Issue #922 has been updated by Kurt  Stephens.

^ [Bug #901](Closed) RDoc does not handle multiple method description for a C function properly
20819 [redmine ruby] Issue #901 has been updated by Eric Hodel.

^ [Bug #865] [Fwd: some mistakes in Rake RDoc]
20823 [redmine ruby] Issue #865 has been updated by Eric Hodel.

^ Problems compiling R20933 on Ubuntu 8.10 Linux
20824 [michael.seli] I seem to be having 2 issues compiling R20933 on Ubuntu 8.10 using GCC
20850 [michael.seli] FYI

^ [Bug #922](Rejected) Float == is false when should be true
20834 [redmine ruby] Issue #922 has been updated by Yukihiro Matsumoto.

^ matrix.rb dyscalculic about determinants in 1.8.x
20835 [chneukirchen] Bug as of Ruby 1.6.x--1.8.x (has been fixed in trunk as of revision 5599
20836 [calamitates ] => true

^ 1.9 String iteration methods
20840 [lopx gazeta.] Some 1.9 String methods (like scan, gsub) throw "string modified"
20852 [nobu ruby-la] The conversion methods like to_str, to_int and so on could be

^ [Bug #925] IO#read documentation versus usage in net/protocol.rb
20855 [redmine ruby] Bug #925: IO#read documentation versus usage in net/protocol.rb

^ [Bug #918](Closed) super doesn't work correctly when used with define_method
20856 [redmine ruby] Issue #918 has been updated by Koichi Sasada.

^ [Bug #776](Closed) File#flush doesn't flush in windows
20861 [redmine ruby] Issue #776 has been updated by Usaku NAKAMURA.

^ Re: [ruby-dev:37591] [BUG:trunk] [m17n] TestCSVFeatures fails because of r20905
20862 [duerst it.ao] [Redirected to ruby-core so that James can also read this.]
+ 20865 [james graypr] Thanks for the breakdown.
+ 20888 [james graypr] I've combined these two suggestions for now.  If we come up with a

^ [Bug #435](Rejected) open-uri.rb 407 Proxy Authentication Required (OpenURI::HTTPError)
20868 [redmine ruby] Issue #435 has been updated by Akira Tanaka.

^ [Bug #632] StringIO has an odd alias implementation [?]
20869 [redmine ruby] Issue #632 has been updated by _ wanabe.

^ [Bug #776] File#flush doesn't flush in windows
20870 [redmine ruby] Issue #776 has been updated by Roger Pack.

^ [Bug #693](Assigned) Thread#set_trace_func seems not to work
20871 [redmine ruby] Issue #693 has been updated by Yuki Sonoda.

^ [Bug #869] hashed hashes don't work in 1.8.6
20872 [redmine ruby] Issue #869 has been updated by Roger Pack.

^ [Bug #902](Rejected) 1.9.1 preview 1 does not build on mac OSX 10.5.5
20873 [redmine ruby] Issue #902 has been updated by Yuki Sonoda.

^ [Feature #928] RDoc encoding conversion
20874 [redmine ruby] Feature #928: RDoc encoding conversion
20950 [matz ruby-la] My personal opinion is that RDoc should be in US-ASCII, unless
20996 [drbrain segm] Currently HTML output encoding is set to UTF-8.  Most english-speaking

^ [Feature #235](Closed) default charset of rdoc
20875 [redmine ruby] Issue #235 has been updated by Yuki Sonoda.

^ [Bug #730](Closed) Infinite recursion on 'super' in dynamically generated modules
20876 [redmine ruby] Issue #730 has been updated by Yuki Sonoda.

^ [ANN] Updated status of the releasing 1.9.1 RC
20877 [yugui yugui.] As announced at [ruby-core:20810], I decided to defer the release of
+ 20878 [znmeb cesmai] I'm running Linux x86_64 ... anything I can do?
| 20883 [znmeb cesmai] I tried to reproduce this on my machine, but it looks like I linked
+ 20887 [james graypr] I believe this is resolved now.  Thanks for making me aware of it.
+ 20924 [ryand-ruby z] fixed

^ [Feature #929] Array#shuffle does not initialize random seed
20879 [redmine ruby] Feature #929: Array#shuffle does not initialize random seed
20985 [ks kurtsteph] Not a bug; it's a feature?  The best thing about pseudorandom generators *is*
20986 [justincollin] Well, both behaviors are available, it is just a matter of which one is

^ [Bug #847] debug.rb reports extraneous information
20880 [redmine ruby] Issue #847 has been updated by _ wanabe.

^ [Bug #633] dl segfaults on x86_64-linux systems
20881 [redmine ruby] Issue #633 has been updated by Ed Borasky.

^ [Bug #633] dl segfaults on x86_64-linux systems
20882 [redmine ruby] Issue #633 has been updated by Ed Borasky.

^ Fwd: [ruby-dev:37603] Re: [BUG:trunk] [m17n] TestCSVFeatures fails because of r20905
20884 [duerst it.ao] somehow get to you. I'm not sure whether Akira has the
20886 [james graypr] As always, I really appreciate you doing these translations.

^ [Bug #633] dl segfaults on x86_64-linux systems
20885 [redmine ruby] Issue #633 has been updated by Federico Builes.

^ [Bug #633] dl segfaults on x86_64-linux systems
20889 [redmine ruby] Issue #633 has been updated by Ed Borasky.

^ [Bug #755] select in windows errantly accepts too many fd's
20890 [redmine ruby] Issue #755 has been updated by Roger Pack.

^ [Bug #670] select doesn't handle fd's > FD_SETSIZE very well
20891 [redmine ruby] Issue #670 has been updated by Roger Pack.

^ patch adding tab-completion to misc/inf-ruby.el using irb/completion
20892 [schulte.eric] I would like to submit the attached patch -- Thanks, Eric

^ [Bug #932] incorrect case statement in "ext/dl/test/test_base.rb" causes library problems on openSUSE 11.1 64-bit
20893 [redmine ruby] Bug #932: incorrect case statement in "ext/dl/test/test_base.rb" causes library problems on openSUSE 11.1 64-bit

^ [Bug #933] Fiber class documentation
20894 [redmine ruby] Bug #933: Fiber class documentation

^ [Bug #633] dl segfaults on x86_64-linux systems
20895 [redmine ruby] Issue #633 has been updated by Ed Borasky.

^ [Bug #633] dl segfaults on x86_64-linux systems
20898 [redmine ruby] Issue #633 has been updated by Ed Borasky.

^ [Bug #633] dl segfaults on x86_64-linux systems
20899 [redmine ruby] Issue #633 has been updated by Ed Borasky.

^ [Bug #633] dl segfaults on x86_64-linux systems
20900 [redmine ruby] Issue #633 has been updated by Ed Borasky.

^ [Bug #633] dl segfaults on x86_64-linux systems
20901 [redmine ruby] Issue #633 has been updated by Ed Borasky.

^ [Feature #929](Closed) Array#shuffle does not initialize random seed
20902 [redmine ruby] Issue #929 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Bug #933](Closed) Fiber class documentation
20904 [redmine ruby] Issue #933 has been updated by Yuki Sonoda.
20920 [eustaquioran] + *  The code running inside the fibe can give up control by calling
20921 [radek.bulat ] QWxzbzoKCk90aGVyIHdpc2UgdGhleSB3aWxsIGJlIHRoZSByZXR1cm4KLT4KT3RoZXJ3aXNlIHRo

^ [Feature #839] Add code on each line of a backtrace output to the screen
20905 [redmine ruby] Issue #839 has been updated by Roger Pack.

^ named parameters?
20906 [rogerpack200] Just a curiosity. Are named parameters on the list for anytime?  That
20910 [dev mernen.c] I like his syntax proposition, though I'd prefer something closer to

^ [Bug #632](Closed) StringIO has an odd alias implementation [?]
20908 [redmine ruby] Issue #632 has been updated by Koichi Sasada.

^ [Bug #895] MiniTest::Assertions#refute_instance_of should use Object#instance_of? instead Module#===
20909 [redmine ruby] Issue #895 has been updated by Yuki Sonoda.

^ request for backport of Method#owner, or addition of docstrings
20911 [rogerpack200] Docstrings would be quite nice for identifying what dynamically

^ [Feature #934] request for Time.parse to no longer return Time.now on failure
20912 [redmine ruby] Feature #934: request for Time.parse to no longer return Time.now on failure

^ [Bug #921] autoload is not thread-safe
20913 [redmine ruby] Issue #921 has been updated by Stephen Bannasch.

^ [Bug #657](Closed) Thread.new { fork }
20916 [redmine ruby] Issue #657 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Feature #936] IO.nread function
20917 [redmine ruby] Feature #936: IO.nread function
20918 [akr fsij.org] io/wait library provides IO#ready?.

^ [Bug #896](Closed) MiniTest::Assertions#assert_match arguments order is different from Test::Unit::Assertions::assert_match
20923 [redmine ruby] Issue #896 has been updated by Ryan Davis.

^ [Bug #633] dl segfaults on x86_64-linux systems
20925 [redmine ruby] Issue #633 has been updated by Takehiro Kubo.

^ [Bug #633] dl segfaults on x86_64-linux systems
20926 [redmine ruby] Issue #633 has been updated by Takehiro Kubo.

^ [Bug #937] Recursive Hashes As Keys
20927 [redmine ruby] Bug #937: Recursive Hashes As Keys
20929 [mame tsg.ne.] It's an intended change from 1.8.7.  The hash value of h changes

^ [Bug #937] Recursive Hashes As Keys
20928 [redmine ruby] Issue #937 has been updated by Charles Comstock.

^ [Bug #633](Closed) dl segfaults on x86_64-linux systems
20930 [redmine ruby] Issue #633 has been updated by Mitsuhiro TAKANO.

^ [Feature #938] Broadcast UDP
20932 [redmine ruby] Feature #938: Broadcast UDP

^ [Feature #938] Broadcast UDP
20933 [redmine ruby] Issue #938 has been updated by Oleg Puchinin.

^ [Feature #938] Broadcast UDP
20934 [redmine ruby] Issue #938 has been updated by Oleg Puchinin.

^ [Bug #888](Rejected) zlib 1.2.3 does not work with Rubygems 1.3.1 (in Ruby 1.9.1) on Windows
20935 [redmine ruby] Issue #888 has been updated by Yuki Sonoda.

^ [Feature #938] Broadcast UDP
20936 [redmine ruby] Issue #938 has been updated by Oleg Puchinin.

^ [Feature #938](Rejected) Broadcast UDP
20937 [redmine ruby] Issue #938 has been updated by Shyouhei Urabe.

^ [Bug #940] ruby/config.h:1:1: warning: "PACKAGE_NAME" redefined
20938 [redmine ruby] Bug #940: ruby/config.h:1:1: warning: "PACKAGE_NAME" redefined

^ [Bug #604](Closed) Socket.pack_sockaddr_in() fails for Bignum instances of size 4
20939 [redmine ruby] Issue #604 has been updated by Shyouhei Urabe.

^ [Bug #633] dl segfaults on x86_64-linux systems
20940 [redmine ruby] Issue #633 has been updated by Ed Borasky.

^ [Bug #633] dl segfaults on x86_64-linux systems
20941 [redmine ruby] Issue #633 has been updated by Ed Borasky.

^ [Bug #940] ruby/config.h:1:1: warning: "PACKAGE_NAME" redefined
20942 [redmine ruby] Issue #940 has been updated by Shyouhei Urabe.

^ 1.9.1 and Mutex#try_lock
20943 [justincollin] I have a method I'm using which starts off with

^ [Bug #942] Build fails on IA-32 Linux with gcc 4.3.2
20944 [redmine ruby] Bug #942: Build fails on IA-32 Linux with gcc 4.3.2

^ [Bug #942] Build fails on IA-32 Linux with gcc 4.3.2
20945 [redmine ruby] Issue #942 has been updated by Michael Selig.

^ [Bug #942] Build fails on IA-32 Linux with gcc 4.3.2
20946 [redmine ruby] Issue #942 has been updated by Usaku NAKAMURA.
20952 [shyouhei rub] And I have a workaround that passes "make test" on my ubuntu intrepid box.
20997 [michael.seli] The basic issue here seems to me that "missing/vsnprintf.c" is being
21016 [shyouhei rub] We already have rb_sprintf().  This is why sprintf.c exists.

^ [Bug #942] Build fails on IA-32 Linux with gcc 4.3.2
20947 [redmine ruby] Issue #942 has been updated by Ed Borasky.

^ [Feature #936](Closed) IO.nread function
20949 [redmine ruby] Issue #936 has been updated by Yukihiro Matsumoto.

^ Re: [ruby-cvs:28380] Ruby:r21162 (trunk): * ext/socket/socket.c (s_recvfrom_nonblock): default maxlen to be
20951 [akr fsij.org] I don't say 65536 is safe for all protocols.
20956 [matz ruby-la] Indeed.  It was too quick.  r21162 was reverted.

^ [Bug #844](Closed) Interpreter wide IO deadlock
20953 [redmine ruby] Issue #844 has been updated by Akira Tanaka.

^ [Bug #888] zlib 1.2.3 does not work with Rubygems 1.3.1 (in Ruby 1.9.1) on Windows
20954 [redmine ruby] Issue #888 has been updated by Chauk-Mean PROUM.

^ [Feature #936] IO.nread function
20955 [redmine ruby] Issue #936 has been updated by Oleg Puchinin.
20957 [akr fsij.org] For TCP (and other stream-based sockets), you can use 4096

^ [Feature #944] IPC
20958 [redmine ruby] Feature #944: IPC

^ [Feature #944](Rejected) IPC
20959 [redmine ruby] Issue #944 has been updated by Yukihiro Matsumoto.

^ [Feature #712](Closed) M17N of erb
20960 [redmine ruby] Issue #712 has been updated by Yuki Sonoda.

^ [Bug #932](Closed) incorrect case statement in "ext/dl/test/test_base.rb" causes library problems on openSUSE 11.1 64-bit
20961 [redmine ruby] Issue #932 has been updated by Yuki Sonoda.

^ [Bug #633] dl segfaults on x86_64-linux systems
20962 [redmine ruby] Issue #633 has been updated by Takehiro Kubo.

^ [Bug #932] incorrect case statement in "ext/dl/test/test_base.rb" causes library problems on openSUSE 11.1 64-bit
20963 [redmine ruby] Issue #932 has been updated by Takehiro Kubo.
20969 [ko1 atdot.ne] Thank you.  I committed it at r21182 with short ChangeLog entry.  If my

^ [Bug #932] incorrect case statement in "ext/dl/test/test_base.rb" causes library problems on openSUSE 11.1 64-bit
20964 [redmine ruby] Issue #932 has been updated by Ed Borasky.

^ [Bug #727] Signal(CLD) seems not to work on OS X
20965 [redmine ruby] Issue #727 has been updated by Yuki Sonoda.

^ [Bug #727](Closed) Signal(CLD) seems not to work on OS X
20966 [redmine ruby] Issue #727 has been updated by Yuki Sonoda.

^ [Bug #633](Closed) dl segfaults on x86_64-linux systems
20967 [redmine ruby] Issue #633 has been updated by Koichi Sasada.

^ [Bug #932](Closed) incorrect case statement in "ext/dl/test/test_base.rb" causes library problems on openSUSE 11.1 64-bit
20968 [redmine ruby] Issue #932 has been updated by Koichi Sasada.

^ [Bug #947] Signal handler block is never called when the program is too short
20970 [redmine ruby] Bug #947: Signal handler block is never called when the program is too short

^ [Bug #932] incorrect case statement in "ext/dl/test/test_base.rb" causes library problems on openSUSE 11.1 64-bit
20971 [redmine ruby] Issue #932 has been updated by Takehiro Kubo.
20987 [ko1 atdot.ne] Thank you.  I committed it.

^ [Bug #888] zlib 1.2.3 does not work with Rubygems 1.3.1 (in Ruby 1.9.1) on Windows
20972 [redmine ruby] Issue #888 has been updated by Yasuhiro MISE.
20998 [drbrain segm] For what it's worth, I'd really like to see the root cause of this bug
21003 [luislavena g] T24gVHVlLCBEZWMgMzAsIDIwMDggYXQgODoxNSBQTSwgRXJpYyBIb2RlbCA8ZHJicmFpbkBzZWdt

^ [Bug #888] zlib 1.2.3 does not work with Rubygems 1.3.1 (in Ruby 1.9.1) on Windows
20973 [redmine ruby] Issue #888 has been updated by Chauk-Mean PROUM.

^ [Bug #948] dl: cannot pass double value correctly on all x86_64 systems
20974 [redmine ruby] Bug #948: dl: cannot pass double value correctly on all x86_64 systems

^ [Bug #888] zlib 1.2.3 does not work with Rubygems 1.3.1 (in Ruby 1.9.1) on Windows
20975 [redmine ruby] Issue #888 has been updated by Luis Lavena.

^ [Bug #949] Net::HTTP timeout does not abandon request properly
20976 [redmine ruby] Bug #949: Net::HTTP timeout does not abandon request properly
21221 [nahi ctor.or] +1 for net/http's bug but I have no idea how we fix this.  For now, you

^ [Bug #888] zlib 1.2.3 does not work with Rubygems 1.3.1 (in Ruby 1.9.1) on Windows
20977 [redmine ruby] Issue #888 has been updated by Chauk-Mean PROUM.

^ =?WINDOWS-1252?Q?Definable_!=3D_is_a_Bad_Thing=99?=
20978 [ryand-ruby z] == and != should not be able to contradict each other.

^ Re: Definable != is a Bad Thing
20979 [matz ruby-la] It's intentional.  Ruby's flexibility sometimes allows you to do some

^ =?WINDOWS-1252?Q?Re:__Re:_Definable_!=3D_is_a_B?= =?WINDOWS-1252?Q?ad_Thing=99?=
20980 [ryand-ruby z] ok... but why?

^ [Feature #950] More possibilities for operator overloading
20981 [redmine ruby] Feature #950: More possibilities for operator overloading
20982 [matz ruby-la] I am not positive on that.

^ Re: [ruby-core:20980] Re:  Re: Definable != is a Bad Thing^(TM)
20983 [murphy rubyc] As long as we have

^ [Bug #888] zlib 1.2.3 does not work with Rubygems 1.3.1 (in Ruby 1.9.1) on Windows
20984 [redmine ruby] Issue #888 has been updated by Yasuhiro MISE.

^ =?WINDOWS-1252?Q?Re:__Re:_Re:?= =?WINDOWS-1252?Q?_Definable_!=3D_is_a_Bad_Thing=99?=
20988 [radek.bulat ] T24gVHVlLCBEZWMgMzAsIDIwMDggYXQgMjozMSBBTSwgUnlhbiBEYXZpcyA8cnlhbmQtcnVieUB6

^ =?WINDOWS-1252?Q?Re:__Re:_Re:_R?= =?WINDOWS-1252?Q?e:_Definable_!=3D_is_a_Bad_Thing=99?=
20989 [jameskilton ] MjAwOC8xMi8zMCBSYWRvc7NhdyBCdbNhdCA8cmFkZWsuYnVsYXRAZ21haWwuY29tPjoKPiBPbiBU

^ [Bug #951] "make DESTDIR=... install" creates dirs outside DESTDIR
20990 [redmine ruby] Bug #951: "make DESTDIR=... install" creates dirs outside DESTDIR

^ [Bug #952] rb_obj_not_match documentation is buggy
20991 [redmine ruby] Bug #952: rb_obj_not_match documentation is buggy

^ [Bug #954] OpenStruct#inspect recursion detection is buggy
20992 [redmine ruby] Bug #954: OpenStruct#inspect recursion detection is buggy

^ [Bug #955] On windows, can't build outside of srcdir without ruby
20993 [redmine ruby] Bug #955: On windows, can't build outside of srcdir without ruby

^ [Bug #956] Encoding: nl_langinfo(CODESET) on cygwin 1.5 always returns US-ASCII
20994 [redmine ruby] Bug #956: Encoding: nl_langinfo(CODESET) on cygwin 1.5 always returns US-ASCII

^ Supporting Thread.critical=with native threads
20999 [Shri.Borde m] Thread.critical=3D is supposed to not schedule any other thread, in additio=
+ 21000 [charles.nutt] I'll go one further...with native threads (running in parallel) it's
| + 21001 [charles.nutt] I should have said we "sorta" have it working in JRuby. It depends on
| + 21011 [Shri.Borde m] WWVzLCBUaHJlYWQja2lsbCBhbmQgVGhyZWFkI3JhaXNlIGNhbiBiZSBpbXBsZW1lbnRlZCBpbiBJ
|   21012 [charles.nutt] As under the JVM (and under any system with parallel-executing threads)
|   21025 [evan falling] The way that I talk about what Thread.critical does is manipulate the
|   + 21026 [david davidf] Just to be clear here, would you all agree that Thread.critical= is a
|   | + 21027 [evan falling] Matz has pretty clearly stated that Thread.critical was an
|   | + 21047 [charles.nutt] Absolutely not. I'd rather we not have to support it on 1.8 either :)
|   + 21036 [charles.nutt] Not a bad way to describe it at all. I'd add "new" to the list of
+ 21002 [drbrain segm] This is not true, Thread.critical= does not automatically schedule
| 21010 [Shri.Borde m] When set to true, prohibits scheduling of any existing thread. Does not blo=
| 21245 [charles.nutt] I'm starting come around to Shri's idea of critical= being represented
| 21353 [Shri.Borde m] SXMgb3BlbmluZyBhIGJ1ZyB0aGUgcmVjb21tZW5kZWQgd2F5IHRvIGdldCB0aGUgc3BlYyBjaGFu
| 21359 [brent mbari.] Shri & Charlie,
| + 21361 [Shri.Borde m] Brent, we are looking for Ruby to officially allow Thread.critical=3D to be=
| | 21372 [brent mbari.] Shri,
| | 21384 [Shri.Borde m] OK. I understand that MRI cannot make breaking changes lightly (though I do=
| | 21387 [brent mbari.] See comments below--->
| | 21401 [Shri.Borde m] I am not sure where we will finally land as that will probably depend on us=
| + 21362 [jdeville mic] One of the points in the spec is that with native threads, there is no way =
| + 21410 [charles.nutt] Given that 1.9 doesn't even have critical=, I'm not sure how backward
|   21432 [brent mbari.] Charlie & Shri,
|   21435 [charles.nutt] I disagree on most points, since 1.8 is going to remain the most
|   21469 [pbrannan atd] Will this be on or off by default?  It sounds dangerous, in that it
|   21474 [charles.nutt] It would be on by default; as with many other features, I think
+ 21023 [brent mbari.] While it is true that Thread.critical= cannot be realized if multiple
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