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Will 1.8.2 release get recent changes?

 
 
H. Simpson
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      07-28-2004
Hi,

I'm a bit confused about the Ruby versioning process because the stable
snapshot was at version 1.8.2 long before Ruby 1.8.2-preview1 was announced.

Will Ruby 1.8.2 release contain changes to the stable snapshots that
occur after Ruby 1.8.2-preview1?
 
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Yukihiro Matsumoto
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      07-28-2004
Hi,

In message "Will 1.8.2 release get recent changes?"
on 04/07/28, "H. Simpson" <(E-Mail Removed)> writes:

|I'm a bit confused about the Ruby versioning process because the stable
|snapshot was at version 1.8.2 long before Ruby 1.8.2-preview1 was announced.

The version number of snapshot goes up when I decide to release a new
version. Previews are release candidates which still might have bugs,
because quite a few people try snapshots.

|Will Ruby 1.8.2 release contain changes to the stable snapshots that
|occur after Ruby 1.8.2-preview1?

Yes.

matz.


 
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H. Simpson
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      07-28-2004
Yukihiro Matsumoto wrote:

> Hi,
>
> In message "Will 1.8.2 release get recent changes?"
> on 04/07/28, "H. Simpson" <(E-Mail Removed)> writes:
>
> |I'm a bit confused about the Ruby versioning process because the stable
> |snapshot was at version 1.8.2 long before Ruby 1.8.2-preview1 was announced.
>
> The version number of snapshot goes up when I decide to release a new
> version. Previews are release candidates which still might have bugs,
> because quite a few people try snapshots.
>
> |Will Ruby 1.8.2 release contain changes to the stable snapshots that
> |occur after Ruby 1.8.2-preview1?
>
> Yes.
>
> matz.
>
>


Thanks for making this clear.

And BIG T H A N K S ! ! ! ! ! ! for giving us such a fantastic
programming language!

 
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