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Reported issues: 77
- 04:36 AM ruby-trunk Feature #9612: Gemify OpenSSL
- :+1: Great step.
- 10:59 AM ruby-trunk Bug #9588: program name variables tainted
- My expectation to tainted.rb output is what 1.8.7 outputs. This seems like a regression to me.
- 04:36 AM ruby-trunk Bug #9544: Ruby resolver not using autoport
- Jakub Szafranski wrote:
> So is it ruby's concern, or should the system developers make appropriate patches?
- 03:26 PM ruby-trunk Feature #9362 (Rejected): Minimize cache misshit to gain optimal speed
- In the last developer meeting we agreed that sacrificing memory
consumption to gain speed is not a contemporary nice...
- 09:37 AM ruby-trunk Feature #7309 (Rejected): HEREDOC end of line or similar
- "def increase(~str)" is technically impossible so please let me
reject this. However I think "<<<" can be possible....
- 08:54 AM ruby-trunk Feature #8850 (Feedback): Convert Rational to decimal string
- Can anyone propose a patch please?
- 07:56 AM ruby-trunk Bug #9424: ruby 1.9 & 2.x has insecure SSL/TLS client defaults
- Just wanted to tell @emboss that (step aside from my position here)
the patch he proposed itself seems adequate for ...
- 05:32 AM ruby-trunk Feature #9450: Allow overriding SSLContext options in Net::HTTP
- :+1: nice-to-have. Also agree that #options= is too vague in name.
- 02:16 PM ruby-trunk Bug #9424: ruby 1.9 & 2.x has insecure SSL/TLS client defaults
- Sam Gleske wrote:
> Take a leaf out of Apache's book. Give sane defaults (or use OpenSSL) but give users a way to c...
- 07:37 AM ruby-trunk Feature #9439: Remove OpenSSL from stdlib
- My point is OpenSSL extension shall not be maintained by ruby-core any longer. OpenSSL itself is useful. The thing ...
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