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Revision 1555

  • error.c (exc_exception): clone the receiver exception instead of
    creating brand new exception object of the receiver.

  • eval.c (rb_eval_string_wrap): extend new ruby_top_self, not
    original self.

  • eval.c (rb_eval_cmd): respect ruby_wrapper if set.

  • eval.c (eval): do not update ruby_class unless scope is not

  • eval.c (eval): preserve wrapper information.

  • eval.c (proc_invoke): ditto.

  • eval.c (block_pass): ditto.

  • parse.y (void_expr): too much warnings for void context
    (e.g. foo[1] that can be mere Proc call).

  • error.c (rb_name_error): new function to raise NameError with
    name attribute set.

  • eval.c (rb_f_missing): set name and args in the exception
    object. [new]

  • error.c (name_name): NameError#name - new method.

  • error.c (nometh_args): NoMethodError#args - new method.

  • lex.c (rb_reserved_word): lex_state after tRESCUE should be

  • gc.c (add_heap): allocation size of the heap unit is doubled for
    each allocation.

  • dir.c (isdelim): space, tab, and newline are no longer
    delimiters for glob patterns.

  • eval.c (svalue_to_avalue): new conversion scheme between single
    value and array values.

  • eval.c (avalue_to_svalue): ditto.

  • eval.c (rb_eval): REXPAND now uses avalue_to_svalue(), return
    and yield too.

  • eval.c (rb_yield_0): use avalue_to_svalue().

  • eval.c (proc_invoke): Proc#call gives avaules, whereas
    Proc#yield gives mvalues.

  • eval.c (bmcall): convert given value (svalue) to avalue.