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^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3780] RDoc::Parser.binary? broken for some utf8 files longer than 1024 bytes
32134 [redmine ruby] Issue #3780 has been updated by Stephen Bannasch.

^ [Ruby-Bug#3802][Open] freeaddrinfo not found in WS2_32.dll
32135 [redmine ruby] Bug #3802: freeaddrinfo not found in WS2_32.dll

^ [Ruby-Bug#3803][Open] BigDecimal::ROUND_HALF_DOWN/ROUND_HALF_EVEN behave incorrectly (disagree with JRuby and the rest of the world)
32136 [redmine ruby] Bug #3803: BigDecimal::ROUND_HALF_DOWN/ROUND_HALF_EVEN behave incorrectly (disagree with JRuby and the rest of the world)

^ [Ruby 1.9-Backport#3395] Ruby does not appear to build against openssl-1.0.0a
32137 [redmine ruby] Issue #3395 has been updated by Hiroshi NAKAMURA.

^ [Ruby 1.9-Feature#3793] No test for OpenSSL::PKCS12
32138 [redmine ruby] Issue #3793 has been updated by Hiroshi NAKAMURA.

^ [Ruby 1.9.2-Backport#3804][Open] ruby crashed while running spork
32139 [redmine ruby] Backport #3804: ruby crashed while running spork

^ [Ruby 1.8.7-Bug#3284][Closed] OpenSSL problem with 1.8.7
32140 [redmine ruby] Issue #3284 has been updated by Hiroshi NAKAMURA.

^ [Ruby-Bug#3309] net/http calls leak memory and file handles in windows
32144 [redmine ruby] Issue #3309 has been updated by Hiroshi NAKAMURA.

^ [Ruby 1.8.7-Bug#969][Rejected] EOFError when doing net/http post with large body
32150 [redmine ruby] Issue #969 has been updated by Hiroshi NAKAMURA.

^ Making custom_lambda() work
32154 [judofyr gmai] A tiny suggestion for how we could make it possible to call lambdas
+ 32159 [now bitwi.se] I realize that I=E2=80=99m breaking the thread, but why is the calling of
| + 32163 [judofyr gmai] When I think about it, I agree with you, but that's probably because
| + 32171 [jballanc gma] Well, personally my reason for wanting to do this is mildly subversive. =
| | 32192 [matz ruby-la] ssed
| | 32194 [jballanc gma] Yes, this is one of the reasons I would very much like to have the () =
| | 32199 [matz ruby-la] So tell me the difference between method objects and lambdas that make
| + 32340 [mail tinco.n] r missed
|   + 32342 [now bitwi.se] That=E2=80=99s a very personal opinion.  To me, lambdas in Ruby are, like
|   + 32379 [gwtmp01 mac.] I think the cognitive dissonance you are describing with regard to
|     32380 [jim.weirich ] I tend to agree with this.  Allowing () to invoke lambdas would
|     32381 [judofyr gmai] Of course, if you read the proposal again, you'll see that it doesn't
|     32391 [gwtmp01 mac.] I think you are still stuck with an ambiguity that can't be resolved
|     32392 [judofyr gmai] Technically, it's possible. The parser keeps a list of the local
+ 32186 [matz ruby-la] I once have made a patch to the parser to allow (1), but I gave up,

^ Can we convert the standard library to gems?
32156 [james grayso] I guess I'm not understanding.  What are the minuses of Ruby shipping =
+ 32161 [darix opensu] well for one ... we would kind of need 2 directories for said gems imho.
| + 32166 [james grayso] Why?
| | 32173 [darix opensu] because a ruby 1.9.3 describes a feature set which includes the stdlib.
| | + 32174 [luislavena g] While this could be a problem, is not precisely any new one we had encounte=
| | + 32176 [james grayso] shipping
| | | 32177 [darix opensu] why would this be useful? why should we make it so easy to shoot
| | | + 32178 [james grayso] stdlib.
| | | | 32179 [darix opensu] then you could stuff call "gem uninstall --stdlib syck" and should get a
| | | + 32217 [ryand-ruby z] Why would we presume to understand the users' needs better than they?
| | |   32224 [james grayso] And I thought Ruby's policy has always been to trust us with the sharp =
| | + 32249 [aaron tender] ho.
| |   + 32252 [luislavena g] The always hidden "apt-get install ruby-full"
| |   | 32272 [naruse airem] At least ext/json should be a gem in some way on 1.9.3.
| |   + 32278 [lucas lucas-] This was true in the past, but is no longer the case.
| |     + 32299 [aaron tender] pping
| |     + 32311 [halostatue g] I just dealt with a rather painful problem on Ubuntu 10.04 because of
| |       + 32313 [lucas lucas-] Ubuntu update policy for stable releases is rather strict, and it is not
| |       | 32319 [halostatue g] Replying off-list, as this is further off-topic to this discussion.
| |       + 32314 [huard.elise ] ok, this is not exactly on topic, but I'm using Debian and Ubuntu a
| + 32215 [ryand-ruby z] imho.
+ 32162 [mame tsg.ne.] Thanks for creating a new thread so quickly :-)
| + 32167 [james grayso] I'm not sure I completely understand this issue, but it definitely =
| + 32195 [aaron tender] ith a set of blessed gems? ?I can't think of any.
| | 32208 [mame tsg.ne.] I can't understand your point.
| | 32212 [aaron tender] People who use Ruby on managed environments.  For example, I pay for a
| | 32219 [naruse airem] y in
| + 32216 [ryand-ruby z] I think it is still up to the library developers to do exactly what =
|   32229 [mame tsg.ne.] Interesting.  The two announcements for freebsd itself and a port
|   + 32230 [darix opensu] debian regularly releases new installation medias that have the latest
|   + 32234 [drbrain segm] Is there a reason this couldn't be automated for a ruby release so the =
|   | + 32239 [mame tsg.ne.] Good point.  I never thought of that :-)  since I've seen Yugui
|   | + 32271 [naruse airem] lease tag is created and the .tar.gz and .gems are uploaded at the same tim=
|   + 32260 [ryand-ruby z] whole
|   | + 32273 [naruse airem] "?
|   | + 32275 [shyouhei rub] I'm off today so sorry if I missed some mails.
|   | | 32293 [james imaj.e] Urabe,
|   | | 32316 [shyouhei rub] May I emphasize this again?  I think I'm not your enemy.
|   | | 32322 [jftucker gma] Excuse me, but (at least) I'm talking about a security issue.
|   | | 32335 [shyouhei rub] I'm at an airport back to my home so in short,
|   | | 32343 [james imaj.e] t doesn't mean
|   | | 32382 [shyouhei rub] This is an OpenPGP/MIME signed message (RFC 2440 and 3156)
|   | | 32383 [james imaj.e] So you now have no blocking reason for not switching to gems?
|   | | 32393 [shyouhei rub] This is an OpenPGP/MIME signed message (RFC 2440 and 3156)
|   | | 32396 [james imaj.e] ould solve
|   | | + 32397 [lucas lucas-] [A] to also distribute libraries from the stdlib as external gems, while
|   | | | 32408 [eregontp gma] t this is
|   | | + 32399 [mame tsg.ne.] I might fail to follow this discussion, but was Marcus's concern
|   | |   32400 [james imaj.e] this is
|   | |   32401 [darix opensu] and how do you solve the requires part of my posting?
|   | |   + 32402 [james imaj.e] hat this is
|   | |   | + 32411 [darix opensu] this is going to work well....
|   | |   | | 32412 [james imaj.e] I personally would prefer that stdlib were able to manage revisions by
|   | |   | | 32414 [lucas lucas-] Wouldn't custom rubies and custom stdlibs give the impression that a
|   | |   | | + 32417 [ryand-ruby z] You mean like debian/ubuntu have been doing for years on end? =
|   | |   | | | 32442 [lucas lucas-] This is not true. From what I understand, you want to go much further
|   | |   | | + 32430 [halostatue g] If other distributors started embracing RubyGems in the same way that
|   | |   | |   32431 [jftucker gma] Apple doesn't provide packages, they provide a filesystem snapshot. This =
|   | |   | |   + 32435 [hramrach cen] is not valid.
|   | |   | |   | 32438 [jftucker gma] This is not valid.
|   | |   | |   + 32441 [halostatue g] is not valid.
|   | |   | |     + 32443 [jftucker gma] custom
|   | |   | |     | + 32444 [huard.elise ] s is not valid.
|   | |   | |     | + 32445 [halostatue g] each a direction that will not introduce a slew of new problems. This area =
|   | |   | |     |   32446 [jftucker gma] the
|   | |   | |     + 32579 [meta pobox.c] Speaking of which...
|   | |   | + 32421 [darix opensu] ok I thought a bit more about your idea ... and it is not going to work.
|   | |   |   + 32423 [huard.elise ] - you could just reference a certain number of gems from ruby config
|   | |   |   | + 32424 [jballanc gma] it
|   | |   |   | | 32433 [jftucker gma] Standard Library "Blessed" gems could be retrieved by passing the =
|   | |   |   | + 32432 [jftucker gma] This is not true. Users will do `gem update` and shoot themselves in the =
|   | |   |   |   32436 [huard.elise ] foot. As one of the people who spends a lot of time on user support, I woul=
|   | |   |   |   32439 [jftucker gma] the foot. As one of the people who spends a lot of time on user support, =
|   | |   |   |   32440 [huard.elise ] e foot. As one of the people who spends a lot of time on user support, I wo=
|   | |   |   + 32437 [jftucker gma] it
|   | |   + 32416 [ryand-ruby z] A gem dependency on the required gem will work just fine.
|   | |     32420 [darix opensu] how does my script find out which version was shipped with the distro?
|   | |     32434 [jftucker gma] Dir['dist/*.gem'].map { |f| f =3D~ =
|   | + 32295 [jftucker gma] harm than good by delaying fixes in order to coordinate full releases. =
|   |   + 32297 [luislavena g] than good by delaying fixes in order to coordinate full releases. If ruby+=
|   |   | 32300 [jftucker gma] harm than good by delaying fixes in order to coordinate full releases. =
|   |   | 32301 [luislavena g] t, it's really awful practice.
|   |   | 32302 [jftucker gma] not.
|   |   + 32298 [james imaj.e] than good by delaying fixes in order to coordinate full releases. If ruby+=
|   |   + 32303 [v.ondruch gm] All this discussion reminds to me Eclipse ecosystem. Once a year is
|   + 32270 [naruse airem] Separation of FreeBSD ports and pkgsrc is from the dependency to
+ 32242 [rogerdpack2 ] ith a set of blessed gems? =A0I can't think of any.
  + 32245 [drbrain segm] with a set of blessed gems?  I can't think of any.
  + 32247 [luislavena g] that is not true, see required_ruby_version.
    32254 [rogerdpack2 ] Well, not *entirely* true, apparently.
    + 32256 [luislavena g] You're ignoring for a second that we are talking about Ruby 1.9 and
    + 32259 [ryand-ruby z] I don't know about you, but I certainly don't want to maintain a single =
      32263 [code jeremye] home_run (my stdlib Date replacement) is written in C and works on both
      32276 [ryand-ruby z] both

^ [Ruby-Bug#3802][Third Party's Issue] freeaddrinfo not found in WS2_32.dll
32158 [redmine ruby] Issue #3802 has been updated by Usaku NAKAMURA.

^ [Ruby-Bug#3802] freeaddrinfo not found in WS2_32.dll
32160 [redmine ruby] Issue #3802 has been updated by Luis Lavena.

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3780][Assigned] RDoc::Parser.binary? broken for some utf8 files longer than 1024 bytes
32164 [redmine ruby] Issue #3780 has been updated by Eric Hodel.

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3805][Open] Ruby generated gem specifications for bundled projects are incorrect
32165 [redmine ruby] Bug #3805: Ruby generated gem specifications for bundled projects are inc=
32318 [nobu ruby-la] Why does gem command try to install another rake, even when the
32326 [luislavena g] AFAIK this has been how RubyGems behave for quite some time, and mimic

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3806][Open] bug report
32175 [redmine ruby] Bug #3806: bug report

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3806][Rejected] bug report
32180 [redmine ruby] Issue #3806 has been updated by Yui NARUSE.

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3785][Rejected] unexpected Numeric#step behaviour
32181 [redmine ruby] Issue #3785 has been updated by Yui NARUSE.

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3805][Closed] Ruby generated gem specifications for bundled projects are incorrect
32182 [redmine ruby] Issue #3805 has been updated by Yui NARUSE.

^ [Ruby 1.9-Feature#3478][Closed] Excruciatingly slow pathname implementation
32183 [redmine ruby] Issue #3478 has been updated by Yui NARUSE.

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3807][Open] Minor test/ruby/test_env.rb fix for OpenBSD
32184 [redmine ruby] Bug #3807: Minor test/ruby/test_env.rb fix for OpenBSD

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3808][Open] Minor rubygems test fix to fix cases where :format_executable => true by default
32185 [redmine ruby] Bug #3808: Minor rubygems test fix to fix cases where :format_executable =

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3807][Closed] Minor test/ruby/test_env.rb fix for OpenBSD
32196 [redmine ruby] Issue #3807 has been updated by Yui NARUSE.

^ Ruby 2.0 Wish-list?
32200 [rockyb rubyf] Any plans for error messages in languages other than English?
32218 [matz ruby-la] For application internationalization, you can use gettext, etc.
32226 [now bitwi.se] * Localized error messages are a lot more difficult to Google
32232 [mame tsg.ne.] * it requires translation whenever new exception is introduced,
32253 [rockyb rubyf] Thanks everyone for the comments.

^ [Ruby 1.9-Feature#3809][Open] allow multiple set_trace_func() calls
32220 [redmine ruby] Feature #3809: allow multiple set_trace_func() calls

^ [Ruby 1.9-Feature#3622] Net::HTTP does not wait to send request body with Expect: 100-continue
32221 [redmine ruby] Issue #3622 has been updated by Hiroshi NAKAMURA.

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3810][Open] Digest::Base.new causes segmentation fault
32231 [redmine ruby] Bug #3810: Digest::Base.new causes segmentation fault

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3810][Closed] Digest::Base.new causes segmentation fault
32233 [redmine ruby] Issue #3810 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3811][Open] Support SOL_SOCKET SO_PEERCRED socket option on OpenBSD
32240 [redmine ruby] Bug #3811: Support SOL_SOCKET SO_PEERCRED socket option on OpenBSD

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3811][Closed] Support SOL_SOCKET SO_PEERCRED socket option on OpenBSD
32246 [redmine ruby] Issue #3811 has been updated by Akira Tanaka.

^ Replacing stdlib Date with C version
32248 [code jeremye] I've recently been working on a replacement for the stdlib Date class,
32265 [nobu ruby-la] It's a problem.
+ 32266 [luislavena g] I believe the tests are actually MSpec (from RubySpec compliance)
+ 32269 [code jeremye] Is it required to use the same marshalling format, or just to recognize
  32277 [nobu ruby-la] The former.  We had already had made severe mistake about
  + 32280 [ryand-ruby z] You can go halfway and convert them to minitest/spec.
  | 32286 [huard.elise ] The idea of a small ruby does sound appealing.
  + 32294 [code jeremye] OK, I can definitely change the marshalling format then.
  | 32312 [nobu ruby-la] Agree.  Thanks, Ryan.
  | + 33220 [james grayso] If we can address the compatibility issues, I think it's very hard to =
  | | 33221 [runrun runpa] This feels like a step backward. As nobu said, we have a native
  | | 33227 [code jeremye] home_run doesn't use floats much internally, and could probably be
  | + 33222 [luislavena g] I believe you got my comments on home_run before, but going to comment here=
  | + 33225 [naruse airem] Make a ticket on Redmine and assign it to tadf.
  + 32296 [stephen.bann] Since you are proposing changes to Date it is important to have tests for new behavior also land in the rubyspecs repository ifthese changes are are made to Ruby so other VMs can support the same behavior.

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3812][Open] (mswin|mingw) ENV[]= fails silently to set huge values
32250 [redmine ruby] Bug #3812: (mswin|mingw) ENV[]=3D fails silently to set huge values
32261 [nobu ruby-la] Thank you, but alloca is not safe for such huge values.  IIRC,

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3813][Open] Add Missing RLIMIT_ Constants to Process [Patch]
32262 [redmine ruby] Bug #3813: Add Missing RLIMIT_ Constants to Process [Patch]
32324 [akr fsij.org] ux 2.6.32, `man 2 getrlimit` defines 16 RLIMIT_* constants. 1 of those is o=

^ [Ruby 1.8.7-Backport#3666] Backport of r26311 (Bug #2587)
32267 [redmine ruby] Issue #3666 has been updated by Luis Lavena.

^ Receiving ruby-cvs with unified diff inline?
32279 [markus fisch] I've subscribed to ruby-cvs and was surprised that there's no diff as

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3815][Open] dl2 - DL::Function TYPE_DOUBLE packing/unpacking problem
32281 [redmine ruby] Bug #3815: dl2 - DL::Function TYPE_DOUBLE packing/unpacking problem

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3815][Rejected] dl2 - DL::Function TYPE_DOUBLE packing/unpacking problem
32282 [redmine ruby] Issue #3815 has been updated by Yui NARUSE.

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3815][Open] dl2 - DL::Function TYPE_DOUBLE packing/unpacking problem
32283 [redmine ruby] Issue #3815 has been updated by Hiroshi NAKAMURA.

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3817][Open] current ruby-openssl impl wrongly utilizes CRYPTO_EX_DATA in X509_STORE
32284 [redmine ruby] Bug #3817: current ruby-openssl impl wrongly utilizes CRYPTO_EX_DATA in X509_STORE

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3815] dl2 - DL::Function TYPE_DOUBLE packing/unpacking problem
32285 [redmine ruby] Issue #3815 has been updated by Yui NARUSE.

^ [Ruby 1.9-Feature#3622] Net::HTTP does not wait to send request body with Expect: 100-continue
32288 [redmine ruby] Issue #3622 has been updated by Hiroshi NAKAMURA.

^ [Ruby 1.8-Feature#855] HTTP/1.1 fixes and other enhancements to webrick
32289 [redmine ruby] Issue #855 has been updated by Hiroshi NAKAMURA.

^ [Ruby 1.9.2-Backport#3818][Open] Seg fault with ruby tmail and ruby 1.9.2
32290 [redmine ruby] Backport #3818: Seg fault with ruby tmail and ruby 1.9.2

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3812] (mswin|mingw) ENV[]= fails silently to set huge values
32304 [redmine ruby] Issue #3812 has been updated by Peter Weldon.

^ [Ruby 1.9.2-Backport#3818] Seg fault with ruby tmail and ruby 1.9.2
32305 [redmine ruby] Issue #3818 has been updated by Eric Hodel.

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3812] (mswin|mingw) ENV[]= fails silently to set huge values
32306 [redmine ruby] Issue #3812 has been updated by Luis Lavena.

^ [Ruby 1.9-Feature#3622] Net::HTTP does not wait to send request body with Expect: 100-continue
32307 [redmine ruby] Issue #3622 has been updated by Eric Hodel.

^ [Ruby 1.9.2-Backport#3818] Seg fault with ruby tmail and ruby 1.9.2
32308 [redmine ruby] Issue #3818 has been updated by Karl Baum.

^ Module.new and Class.new rdoc
32309 [ryand-ruby z] May I commit?

^ [Ruby 1.9.2-Backport#3818] Seg fault with ruby tmail and ruby 1.9.2
32310 [redmine ruby] Issue #3818 has been updated by Eric Hodel.

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3812][Closed] (mswin|mingw) ENV[]= fails silently to set huge values
32315 [redmine ruby] Issue #3812 has been updated by Nobuyoshi Nakada.

^ Not using system Ruby on DEbian (was: Re:  Re: Can we convert the standard library to gems?)
32317 [markus fisch] I'm "totally in love" with Debian, primarily speaking as a server-side
32323 [jftucker gma] at
32336 [rick.denatal] ct that a very very unwise decision was made during the switch to gemcutter=
32338 [lucas lucas-] Could you clarify whether you mean "the rails gem as installed by

^ [Ruby 1.9.2-Backport#3818] Seg fault with ruby tmail and ruby 1.9.2
32321 [redmine ruby] Issue #3818 has been updated by Yui NARUSE.

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3819][Open] [Patch] Fix mkmf error message typo
32327 [redmine ruby] Bug #3819: [Patch] Fix mkmf error message typo

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3813] Add Missing RLIMIT_ Constants to Process [Patch]
32328 [redmine ruby] Issue #3813 has been updated by Run Paint Run Run.

^ [Ruby 1.9-Bug#3813][Closed] Add Missing RLIMIT_ Constants to Process [Patch]
32329 [redmine ruby] Issue #3813 has been updated by Akira Tanaka.

^ [Ruby 1.9.2-Backport#3818] Seg fault with ruby tmail and ruby 1.9.2
32331 [redmine ruby] Issue #3818 has been updated by Karl Baum.

^ [Ruby 1.9.2-Backport#3818] Seg fault with ruby tmail and ruby 1.9.2
32332 [redmine ruby] Issue #3818 has been updated by Yui NARUSE.

^ [Ruby 1.9.2-Backport#3818] Seg fault with ruby tmail and ruby 1.9.2
32337 [redmine ruby] Issue #3818 has been updated by Karl Baum.

^ Ruby packaging in Debian and Ubuntu: Mythbusting and FAQ
32339 [lucas lucas-] As questions on the packages provided in Debian and Ubuntu for Ruby and
32354 [lucas lucas-] Yeah, I agree that the "1.9.1" suffix is a bit painful, but I don't

^ [Ruby 1.9.2-Backport#3821][Open] UNIXSocket#send_io and multi-arch compiling
32341 [redmine ruby] Backport #3821: UNIXSocket#send_io and multi-arch compiling
32356 [nobu ruby-la] I had disabled the feature on 64bit darwin due to a bug in the

^ [Ruby 1.8.7-Backport#3666] Backport of r26311 (Bug #2587)
32344 [redmine ruby] Issue #3666 has been updated by Luis Lavena.

^ [Ruby 1.8.7-Bug#3218] Cannot cross-compile Ruby 1.8.7 (svn) using Ruby 1.8.7
32345 [redmine ruby] Issue #3218 has been updated by Luis Lavena.

^ [Ruby 1.8.7-Backport#2531] Ruby 1.8.7-p248 fails to cross-compile same version
32346 [redmine ruby] Issue #2531 has been updated by Luis Lavena.

^ [Ruby 1.8.7-Backport#3822][Open] win32ole: Remove definition of NONAMELESSUNION in MinGW
32347 [redmine ruby] Backport #3822: win32ole: Remove definition of NONAMELESSUNION in MinGW

^ [Ruby 1.8.7-Backport#1412] 1.8.7-p160 extmk.rb fails when cross compiling
32348 [redmine ruby] Issue #1412 has been updated by Luis Lavena.
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