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Reported issues: 8
- 11:21 PM Backport193 Backport #5366: building v1_9_3_rc1 fails: error generating RI => 'marshal data too short'
- The problem I was having seems to occur when I don't also run make clean
git checkout v1_9_3_rc1
- 07:38 AM Backport193 Backport #5366 (Closed): building v1_9_3_rc1 fails: error generating RI => 'marshal data too short'
- I initially described having this problem with ruby 1.9.2 p290 see: #5345
$ cat /etc/redhat-release
Red Hat Enter...
- 07:31 AM Ruby trunk Bug #5345: error running make for 1.9.2-p290: Generating RI => 'marshal data too short'
- Also have the same problem with ruby_1_9_3_rc1
- 07:12 AM Ruby trunk Bug #5345: error running make for 1.9.2-p290: Generating RI => 'marshal data too short'
- I'm now getting the same error when building 1.9.2-p302 (which worked last week):
When using miniruby to generate ...
- 11:40 AM Ruby trunk Bug #5345 (Closed): error running make for 1.9.2-p290: Generating RI => 'marshal data too short'
- Can't successfully build ruby 1.9.2-p290 from a git clone on RedHat Enterprise 5.5, make fails while generating RI wi...
- 05:27 AM Ruby trunk Feature #5054: Compress a sequence of ends
- I like being able to visually match the indentation so I wanted to see what a variation of this proposal might look l...
- 11:43 AM Ruby trunk Bug #4373: http.rb:677: [BUG] Segmentation fault
At 7:04 AM +0900 2/12/11, Christian Fazzini wrote:
>Issue #4373 has been updated by Christian Fazzini.
- 07:15 PM Ruby trunk Bug #3780: RDoc::Parser.binary? broken for some utf8 files longer than 1024 bytes
Interesting ... the problem does not occur when running rdoc included in ruby built with the v1_9_2_0 tag. I ...
- 06:21 AM Ruby trunk Bug #3780 (Closed): RDoc::Parser.binary? broken for some utf8 files longer than 1024 bytes
RDoc truncates files at 1024 bytes when checking if the file is binary. This will invalidate the file encodin...
- 10:48 PM Ruby trunk Bug #1251: gsub problem
This sequence helped me understand the issue better:
>> a = b = "1_2_3"
>> for i in 0..b....
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