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^ [Bug #1224] Can't install 1.9.1-p0
22586 [redmine ruby] Bug #1224: Can't install 1.9.1-p0

^ [Bug #1224](Assigned) Can't install 1.9.1-p0
22588 [redmine ruby] Issue #1224 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Bug #1162] Build Assertion Failure with VC+++ - Incorrect flushing of stdout/stderr
22589 [redmine ruby] Issue #1162 has been updated by Charlie Savage.

^ [Feature #1218] New method needed to set and get the current recursion limit
22591 [redmine ruby] Issue #1218 has been updated by Conrad Taylor.
+ 22611 [halostatue g] the issue that I'm seeing after increasing the stack size. =A0There should=
+ 22619 [brent mbari.] setrlimit(RLIMIT_STACK, size_in_bytes)
  22620 [nobu ruby-la] 1.9 uses the default of pthread.

^ [Bug #1225] Curses::getmouse
22592 [redmine ruby] Bug #1225: Curses::getmouse
22594 [alexander.be] I too noticed that the NCurses mouse functions are quite unstable if

^ [Backport #1226] File.dirname should return full paths after a chdir
22593 [redmine ruby] Backport #1226: File.dirname should return full paths after a chdir
22610 [nobu ruby-la] It was expected.  The change is a side effect of changeset

^ [Bug #1227] [BUG] object allocation during garbage collection phase
22597 [redmine ruby] Bug #1227: [BUG] object allocation during garbage collection phase
22780 [nobu ruby-la] Where's ruby-prof svn?
22781 [dooby d10.ka] svn checkout http://ruby-prof.rubyforge.org/svn/
22925 [nobu ruby-la] Thank you.
22926 [nobu ruby-la] This patch might not be enough.  You would need to mark objects

^ [Bug #1229] Bigdecimal extension does not compile with debug build
22600 [redmine ruby] Bug #1229: Bigdecimal extension does not compile with debug build

^ [Bug #1230] ESP Stack Corruption on Windows
22601 [redmine ruby] Bug #1230: ESP Stack Corruption on Windows

^ [Bug #1231] YACC Make Rule Fails when building from source with nmake
22602 [redmine ruby] Bug #1231: YACC Make Rule Fails when building from source with nmake

^ [Bug #1229](Closed) Bigdecimal extension does not compile with debug build
22603 [redmine ruby] Issue #1229 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Bug #1232] sprintf Heap Corruption
22604 [redmine ruby] Bug #1232: sprintf Heap Corruption

^ [Bug #1230](Closed) ESP Stack Corruption on Windows
22605 [redmine ruby] Issue #1230 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Bug #1231](Closed) YACC Make Rule Fails when building from source with nmake
22606 [redmine ruby] Issue #1231 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Bug #1233] Zlib - Run Time Check Failure #3 (unitialized variable)
22607 [redmine ruby] Bug #1233: Zlib - Run Time Check Failure #3 (unitialized variable)

^ [Bug #1232](Closed) sprintf Heap Corruption
22608 [redmine ruby] Issue #1232 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Bug #1233](Closed) Zlib - Run Time Check Failure #3 (unitialized variable)
22609 [redmine ruby] Issue #1233 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Bug #1220](Closed) DRb::Observable notify_observers
22612 [redmine ruby] Issue #1220 has been updated by Masatoshi Seki.

^ [Bug #1230] ESP Stack Corruption on Windows
22613 [redmine ruby] Issue #1230 has been updated by Charlie Savage.
22617 [nobu ruby-la] See r22695.

^ [Bug #1236] RUBY_VERSION not defined
22614 [redmine ruby] Bug #1236: RUBY_VERSION not defined
22618 [nobu ruby-la] It's only for the purpose to initialize the load path.  You

^ [Bug #1236] RUBY_VERSION not defined
22615 [redmine ruby] Issue #1236 has been updated by Charlie Savage.

^ [Feature #1218] New method needed to set and get the current recursion limit
22622 [redmine ruby] Issue #1218 has been updated by Conrad Taylor.
+ 22628 [brent mbari.] I don't do much pthreads programming.
+ 22652 [halostatue g] reeBSD, Linux, and Mac OS X operating systems. =A0The first two are product=
  22655 [rogerdpack g] FreeBSD, Linux, and Mac OS X operating systems. =A0The first two are produc=

^ [Bug #1238] invalid multibyte char (US-ASCII)
22625 [redmine ruby] Bug #1238: invalid multibyte char (US-ASCII)
22627 [matz ruby-la] You have to disclose your script, but you need to put "magic comment"

^ [Bug #1239] build fails for OpenBSD: [BUG] register_sigaltstack. error
22633 [redmine ruby] Bug #1239: build fails for OpenBSD: [BUG] register_sigaltstack. error

^ Question: lambda and yield
22634 [ libc me.com] Proc#call and yield are different for a lambda. Is it intentional?
22635 [lukfugl gmai] Take the following with a grain of salt; I'm not a core expert, I just
22636 [ libc me.com] Thank you for you reply.

^ [Bug #1240] parser bug in 1.8.7 and 1.9.1p0
22637 [redmine ruby] Bug #1240: parser bug in 1.8.7 and 1.9.1p0
22656 [ryand-ruby z] 1.8.6 as well... this also appears to be the minimimal reproduction.

^ [Bug #1241] Segfault with Nokogiri 1.2.1 on Ruby 1.9.1p0
22640 [redmine ruby] Bug #1241: Segfault with Nokogiri 1.2.1 on Ruby 1.9.1p0

^ [Bug #1241](Third Party's Issue) Segfault with Nokogiri 1.2.1 on Ruby 1.9.1p0
22641 [redmine ruby] Issue #1241 has been updated by Usaku NAKAMURA.
22649 [aaron tender] Yes, it is built for ruby 1.8 on windows.  Not ruby 1.9.

^ [Bug #806] Net::Protocol#rbuf_fill is slow
22642 [redmine ruby] Issue #806 has been updated by Matthew Ford.

^ [Bug #814] NoMethodError: undefined method `read_nonblock' for #<OpenSSL::SSL::SSLSocket:0x1a64f9a0>
22643 [redmine ruby] Issue #814 has been updated by Akira Tanaka.

^ [Bug #1242] Segfault when requiring wxruby2.0.0
22645 [redmine ruby] Bug #1242: Segfault when requiring wxruby2.0.0

^ [Bug #1243] 1 is prime
22646 [redmine ruby] Bug #1243: 1 is prime

^ [Bug #1239] build fails for OpenBSD: [BUG] register_sigaltstack. error
22647 [redmine ruby] Issue #1239 has been updated by Akira Tanaka.

^ [Bug #1243](Closed) 1 is prime
22648 [redmine ruby] Issue #1243 has been updated by Yuki Sonoda.

^ [Bug #1243] 1 is prime
22650 [redmine ruby] Issue #1243 has been updated by Charles Nutter.
22662 [yugui yugui.] Sorry, I wanted to mean that the implementation of Prime regarded 1 as a

^ [Bug #1243] 1 is prime
22651 [redmine ruby] Issue #1243 has been updated by Dave B.
22661 [yugui yugui.] For a arbitrary positive prime number p, -p is a prime element in the
22700 [robert.dober] IIRC 1 was discarded as prime because it messed up the uniqueness of
22704 [lukfugl gmai] I have a hard time imagining a situation where asking if a negative
22720 [robert.dober] I tend to agree, I was taken away by the "challenge" to find a

^ [Bug #1172] [sparc] *** glibc detected *** ruby1.9: free(): invalid pointer: 0xf7ef6a54 ***
22653 [redmine ruby] Issue #1172 has been updated by Chad Dollins.

^ [Bug #1239] build fails for OpenBSD: [BUG] register_sigaltstack. error
22654 [redmine ruby] Issue #1239 has been updated by Chad Dollins.

^ [Bug #1240] parser bug in 1.8.7 and 1.9.1p0
22657 [redmine ruby] Issue #1240 has been updated by Dave B.
22664 [ryand-ruby z] This isn't a "bug", it is a bug, as I think I've shown below.

^ [Bug #1172] [sparc] *** glibc detected *** ruby1.9: free(): invalid pointer: 0xf7ef6a54 ***
22658 [redmine ruby] Issue #1172 has been updated by Lucas Nussbaum.

^ [Bug #1242] Segfault when requiring wxruby2.0.0
22659 [redmine ruby] Issue #1242 has been updated by Chad Dollins.

^ [Bug #1172] [sparc] *** glibc detected *** ruby1.9: free(): invalid pointer: 0xf7ef6a54 ***
22660 [redmine ruby] Issue #1172 has been updated by Chad Dollins.

^ [Bug #1243] 1 is prime
22663 [redmine ruby] Issue #1243 has been updated by Dave B.

^ [Bug #1244] Improving the error message when Ruby crashes
22665 [redmine ruby] Bug #1244: Improving the error message when Ruby crashes
22675 [duerst it.ao] Thanks for picking this up, and making a concrete proposal.

^ [Feature #1193] Justified Error Messages
22666 [redmine ruby] Issue #1193 has been updated by Ryan Davis.
22678 [matz ruby-la] But Daddy wants to know the reason.  Could you briefly explain please?

^ [Feature #1193] Justified Error Messages
22670 [redmine ruby] Issue #1193 has been updated by Daniel Berger.

^ [Bug #1246] Segfault with Symbol#to_proc and yield without argument
22673 [redmine ruby] Bug #1246: Segfault with Symbol#to_proc and yield without argument

^ [Bug #1246](Closed) Segfault with Symbol#to_proc and yield without argument
22674 [redmine ruby] Issue #1246 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Feature #1218] New method needed to set and get the current recursion limit
22679 [redmine ruby] Issue #1218 has been updated by Conrad Taylor.

^ [Bug #1172] [sparc] *** glibc detected *** ruby1.9: free(): invalid pointer: 0xf7ef6a54 ***
22680 [redmine ruby] Issue #1172 has been updated by Lucas Nussbaum.

^ [Bug #1247] YAML::load converts some dates into strings
22684 [redmine ruby] Bug #1247: YAML::load converts some dates into strings

^ 1.9 conditional wait has no timeout support
22685 [rubylearner ] In ruby 1.8 we could use -
+ 22931 [rubylearner ] Dear Esteemed core members,
| 22932 [hongli plan9] Agreed, timed wait is a very important feature.
| 22941 [shugo ruby-l] Sorry for the delay.
+ 22944 [charles.nutt] If we have timed wait for 1.9 mode in JRuby, should we leave it there?
  22951 [hongli plan9] I think it should. :)

^ [Bug #1248] e.exception(e) returns self
22687 [redmine ruby] Bug #1248: e.exception(e) returns self
22696 [matz ruby-la] You've missed the reason why you considered this behavior to be a bug.
22698 [Tomas.Matous] Well the reason is that arg is supposed to be a message, right? A message c=
22699 [matz ruby-la] The arg is supposed to be an exception, or exception class, or a
+ 22701 [kurt cashnet] Li4uIE9yIHRvIHByZXNlcnZlIG9yaWduYWwgc3RhY2sgdHJhY2U/DQotLS0tLS1PcmlnaW5hbCBN
+ 22703 [Tomas.Matous] What should be the result of calling x.exception(Exception arg) and x.excep=

^ [Feature #1212](Closed) doc for Array#fill misses indication about negative value for the start argument
22692 [redmine ruby] Issue #1212 has been updated by Yukihiro Matsumoto.

^ [Bug #1244](Closed) Improving the error message when Ruby crashes
22695 [redmine ruby] Issue #1244 has been updated by Yukihiro Matsumoto.

^ [Bug #1250] String#to_r and String#to_c with float number
22697 [redmine ruby] Bug #1250: String#to_r and String#to_c with float number

^ file_load_ok(path) returns true for dirs
22706 [ryand-ruby z] with gemprelude adding a lot of directories to the load path, we're
22711 [nobu ruby-la] Nobu Nakada
22724 [ryand-ruby z] 1.8.6 & 1.8.7?
22734 [nobu ruby-la] Not backported yet, but will be.

^ [Bug #907] Various system() and backticks problems on Windows
22707 [redmine ruby] Issue #907 has been updated by Roger Pack.

^ [Bug #1172] [sparc] *** glibc detected *** ruby1.9: free(): invalid pointer: 0xf7ef6a54 ***
22708 [redmine ruby] Issue #1172 has been updated by Chad Dollins.

^ [Bug #1251] gsub problem
22715 [redmine ruby] Bug #1251: gsub problem
+ 22716 [matz ruby-la] You specified four backslashes in double quotes, which is two
| 22719 [ed.odanow wo] irb(main):001:0> puts "a\\b".gsub!("\\","\\\\\\")
| 22878 [matz ruby-la] Agreed.  Any opinion for concrete description?  Anyone?
| + 22881 [ed.odanow wo] The contents should describe the fact, that the second parsing of the
| + 22883 [ruby-ml kitt] RubySpec has this to say (please add any clarifications and
+ 22717 [ed.odanow wo] After the first step, the String contains two backslashes. This string

^ [Bug #1172] [sparc] *** glibc detected *** ruby1.9: free(): invalid pointer: 0xf7ef6a54 ***
22718 [redmine ruby] Issue #1172 has been updated by Lucas Nussbaum.

^ [Bug #1251] gsub problem
22722 [redmine ruby] Issue #1251 has been updated by Alexander Pettelkau.

^ [Bug #1252] [PATCH] Net::Telnet FailEOF
22723 [redmine ruby] Bug #1252: [PATCH] Net::Telnet FailEOF

^ [Bug #1253] Fix MSVC Build Issues
22725 [redmine ruby] Bug #1253: Fix MSVC Build Issues
22738 [nobu ruby-la] Makefiles for extension libraries use DLDFLAGS instead.

^ [Bug #1254] MSVC 2008 Compiler warnings
22726 [redmine ruby] Bug #1254: MSVC 2008 Compiler warnings

^ Moving ruby 1.9.1 forward on windows
22727 [cfis savagex] This is a cryptographically signed message in MIME format.
+ 22728 [vjoel path.b] What about packaging mingw32 with ruby OCI? That would avoid the need
| 22729 [luislavena g] Packaging MinGW with OCI, while sounds tempting, put more in the plate
+ 22730 [halostatue g] This works until you start linking third-party upstream source that
| 22754 [cfis savagex] This is a cryptographically signed message in MIME format.
| 22757 [halostatue g] Current ones? Not offhand. Simply experience from trying to push Ruby
| 22759 [cfis savagex] This is a cryptographically signed message in MIME format.
| 22761 [halostatue g] No more than what's on my site at halostatue.ca; I posted a long
| + 22762 [cfis savagex] This is a cryptographically signed message in MIME format.
| + 22811 [rogerdpack g] I suppose you can link against a newer version if desired [1], though
|   22815 [cfis savagex] This is a cryptographically signed message in MIME format.
|   22820 [rogerdpack g] Yeah I think the real comparison currently is VC2008 versus gcc 3.4.5
+ 22735 [nobu ruby-la] No.
  22756 [cfis savagex] This is a cryptographically signed message in MIME format.

^ [Bug #1255] += for large strings egrigiously slow
22731 [redmine ruby] Bug #1255: += for large strings egrigiously slow

^ [Bug #1255] += for large strings egrigiously slow
22732 [redmine ruby] Issue #1255 has been updated by Shyouhei Urabe.

^ [Bug #1172] [sparc] *** glibc detected *** ruby1.9: free(): invalid pointer: 0xf7ef6a54 ***
22733 [redmine ruby] Issue #1172 has been updated by Lucas Nussbaum.

^ Ruby 1.9.1 and tail recursion optimization
22736 [ed.odanow wo] Moin, moin!
+ 22737 [nobu ruby-la] Moin,
+ 22739 [ed.odanow wo] I read one minute ago in German Ruby-Forum, that it isn't implemented in
  + 22740 [nobu ruby-la] IIRC, the reason is that it changes the stack trace, and
  + 22741 [jcoglan goog] Is this true? I've written a tail-recursive Scheme implementation in Ruby
    22742 [now bitwi.se] Yes.
    22743 [jcoglan goog] 2009/3/8 Nikolai Weibull <now@bitwi.se>
    22744 [dooby d10.ka] I knew nothing about this subject but just found this blog entry helpful.
    22746 [ed.odanow wo] As far as I understand this is a real problem for JVM. So I come back
    22753 [charles.nutt] ck=20
    22755 [ed.odanow wo] It is already implemented in Ruby 1.9, but usually not activated. This
    22760 [zznmeb gmail] 1. Charlie, how far off is the Java 7 release? I see "early adopter"
    22774 [charles.nutt] The OpenJDK 7-based Java you see is most likely just the OpenJDK

^ [Bug #1255] += for large strings egrigiously slow
22745 [redmine ruby] Issue #1255 has been updated by James Lee.

^ [Bug #1255] += for large strings egrigiously slow
22747 [redmine ruby] Issue #1255 has been updated by James Gray.

^ [Feature #1256] Add constant TAILRECURSION to let a program recognize if tail recursion optimization is implemented
22748 [redmine ruby] Feature #1256: Add constant TAILRECURSION to let a program recognize if tail recursion optimization is implemented
22766 [nobu ruby-la] Nobu Nakada
22785 [ed.odanow wo] Thank you for this information. I saw that it still exists in Ruby 1.9.1-p0.
22790 [nobu ruby-la] trace_instruction option prevents the optimization.

^ [Bug #1255] += for large strings egrigiously slow
22749 [redmine ruby] Issue #1255 has been updated by Shyouhei Urabe.

^ [Feature #1256] Add constant TAILRECURSION to let a program recognize if tail recursion optimization is implemented
22750 [redmine ruby] Issue #1256 has been updated by Shyouhei Urabe.
22751 [ed.odanow wo] I don't always write portable programs, but I want a controlled end of

^ [Bug #1255] += for large strings egrigiously slow
22752 [redmine ruby] Issue #1255 has been updated by James Lee.
+ 22763 [ryand-ruby z] ruby doesn't reference count. that is about the slowest and most error
+ 22764 [ruby-ml kitt] Mr. Davis' point about the GC notwithstanding, this seems an
+ 22765 [lukfugl gmai] have to maintain a reference count, so if the number of references before =

^ [Bug #1253] Fix MSVC Build Issues
22758 [redmine ruby] Issue #1253 has been updated by Charlie Savage.

^ [Bug #1253] Fix MSVC Build Issues
22767 [redmine ruby] Issue #1253 has been updated by Usaku NAKAMURA.

^ [Bug #1253] Fix MSVC Build Issues
22768 [redmine ruby] Issue #1253 has been updated by Charlie Savage.
22771 [usa garbagec] They are not mutually exclusive.

^ [Bug #1253] Fix MSVC Build Issues
22769 [redmine ruby] Issue #1253 has been updated by Charlie Savage.

^ Continuation#thread method
22772 [brent mbari.] Every Continuation object's implementation must contain a reference to the

^ [Bug #1253] Fix MSVC Build Issues
22773 [redmine ruby] Issue #1253 has been updated by Charlie Savage.

^ [Bug #1255] += for large strings egrigiously slow
22775 [redmine ruby] Issue #1255 has been updated by James Lee.
22782 [matz ruby-la] Your statement makes sense iff the cost of detecting the number of

^ [Bug #1172] [sparc] *** glibc detected *** ruby1.9: free(): invalid pointer: 0xf7ef6a54 ***
22776 [redmine ruby] Issue #1172 has been updated by Chad Dollins.

^ [Bug #1172] [sparc] *** glibc detected *** ruby1.9: free(): invalid pointer: 0xf7ef6a54 ***
22777 [redmine ruby] Issue #1172 has been updated by Lucas Nussbaum.

^ [Bug #1227] [BUG] object allocation during garbage collection phase
22778 [redmine ruby] Issue #1227 has been updated by Charlie Savage.
22779 [cschlaeger g] Yes, I was using Ruby 1.9.1 (or rather a post 1.9.1 SVN snapshot).

^ Tool to extract non-RIPPER content from parse.y
22783 [dooby d10.ka] * parse.y used to be so easy to read ;)

^ Unicode sensitive operations
22784 [Tomas.Matous] What's the status of Unicode/culture-sensitive operations in Ruby 1.9.1?
22880 [matz ruby-la] Currently the string comparison is done by byte-by-byte.  The

^ [Feature #1257] Add Continuation#thread method
22786 [redmine ruby] Feature #1257: Add Continuation#thread method

^ [Feature #1256] Add constant TAILRECURSION to let a program recognize if tail recursion optimization is implemented
22788 [redmine ruby] Issue #1256 has been updated by Wolfgang NĂ¡dasi-Donner.

^ 1152: profiler.rb is not thread-safe
22789 [james.abley ] Sample patch attached for discussion. There are style and best

^ [Bug #1258] Fix callback-7 compiler warnings
22792 [redmine ruby] Bug #1258: Fix callback-7 compiler warnings

^ [Bug #1259] Fix array.c compiler warnings
22793 [redmine ruby] Bug #1259: Fix array.c compiler warnings

^ [Bug #1253] Fix MSVC Build Issues
22794 [redmine ruby] Issue #1253 has been updated by Charlie Savage.

^ [Bug #1253](Closed) Fix MSVC Build Issues
22795 [redmine ruby] Issue #1253 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Bug #1253](Open) Fix MSVC Build Issues
22797 [redmine ruby] Issue #1253 has been updated by Usaku NAKAMURA.

^ ANN: openssl-nonblock 0.2.0
22799 [tony medioh.] This gem patches the following nonblocking methods into the Ruby OpenSSL
22800 [akr fsij.org] Do you read [ruby-core:22539]?
22801 [tony medioh.] No, I haven't.  Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

^ Relegate 1.8.6 to Engine Yard, part II
22803 [shyouhei rub] stewardship to Engine Yard.  I've backported what's necessary.
+ 22816 [ryand-ruby z] YAY! thanks!
| 22833 [shyouhei rub] Yes. I'll work on it today.
| 22845 [shyouhei rub] Ryan, I hav'nt been able to reproduce this bug on 1.8.6.  I suspect it doesn't
| 22907 [nobu ruby-la] It is exactly the reported behavior.  Now 1.8.8dev ignores
| + 22910 [shyouhei rub] OK, I see the point now.  Let me take a closer look at the code...
| | 23021 [shyouhei rub] I think I've backported what was necessary.
| | 23023 [luislavena g] What about backporting the mkmf changes in #1127
| | 23031 [shyouhei rub] Done.  But can you check to see if I've made mistakes?  I believe not, but I
| | 23073 [luislavena g] , but I
| | 23080 [shyouhei rub] Sorry for a late reply, actually this was the last thing I added to the
| + 22917 [charles.nutt] Has anything been added to rubyspec for the new behavior?
| + 22919 [ryand-ruby z] ZenTest-4.0.0/bin/autotest
+ 22817 [rogerdpack g] 1.8.6
| + 22832 [shyouhei rub] Seems not (in the whole project).
| + 22842 [rogerdpack g] Looks like it was just fixed.  Thank you nobu
+ 22831 [shyouhei rub] Here's a rubyspec output (of 9fcd252b92f5b2130db17a924e7338f2a9773ec1
| 22840 [brixen gmail] Thanks, we'll fix the specs. And thanks for the reference to the bug reports.
+ 22847 [ezmobius gma] Yes we are ready, we are in the process of hiring a full time person
  + 22848 [dooby d10.ka] I'm assuming that, in future, svn.ruby-lang.org remains
  + 22857 [shyouhei rub] ...
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