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06/15/2017

05:13 AM Ruby trunk Bug #13660: rb_str_hash_m discards bits from the hash
I don't think there is any guarantee for the length of a hash value in Ruby. It's just assumed it's long enough to no...

06/06/2017

10:34 AM Ruby trunk Revision 59026 (trunk): add test_ill_formed_utf_8_replace to test recommended number of \uFFFD
Add test method test_ill_formed_utf_8_replace to test/ruby/test_transcode.rb
to check for the recommended number of \...

06/01/2017

04:38 AM Ruby trunk Revision 58981 (trunk): improve English for a warning message
On DOSish systems, there is a warning message for \r\n line endings on shebang line.
Improve this message from "sheba...

05/31/2017

04:44 AM Ruby trunk Bug #13612: Segmentation Fault
rovf (Ronald Fischer) wrote:
> nobu (Nobuyoshi Nakada) wrote:
> > And 2.3.3 has been outdated, try 2.3.4, 2.4.1, or...

05/30/2017

05:50 AM Ruby trunk Bug #13590 (Closed): Change max byte length of UTF-8 to 4 bytes to conform to definition of UTF-8
05:43 AM Ruby trunk Revision 58965 (trunk): Change max byte length of UTF-8 to 4 bytes
In enc/utf_8.c, change maximum byte length of UTF-8 to 4 bytes (from 6)
to conform to definition of UTF-8. This close...

05/29/2017

09:39 AM Ruby trunk Bug #13609 (Closed): CI error on travis at spec for Process.setpriority
Trying to make a commit (r58954) for issue #13590, I got a CI error at https://travis-ci.org/ruby/ruby/builds/2370860...
08:59 AM Ruby trunk Revision 58955 (trunk): revert r58954 temporarily
Revert change to maximum of 4 bytes for UTF-8 characters at r58954 temporarily.
This failed spec at https://travis-ci...
08:41 AM Ruby trunk Revision 58954 (trunk): Change max byte length of UTF-8 to 4 bytes
In enc/utf_8.c, change maximum byte length of UTF-8 to 4 bytes (from 6)
to conform to definition of UTF-8. This close...
08:13 AM Ruby trunk Bug #13589: unmatched opening backtick / closing quote in NoMethodError: undefined method `name' ...
shyouhei (Shyouhei Urabe) wrote:
> domaio (Dorian M) wrote:
> > Looking at error.c in general, it seems like a rath...

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