Discussion in 'Ruby/Rails' started by eduardorochabr, Dec 28, 2009.
I'd like to know if a plan for Ruby 1.9 compatibility is on the agenda.
I think the Rails team need to address the compatibility with Ruby 1.9 first.
If you know a Rails version works properly with Ruby 1.9, we can start to test and make ruby-lsapi work properly if it is not.
Hi mistwang, Rails 2.3.5 is compatible with Ruby 1.9. Maybe you have to apply some patches around to adapt an existent codebase, but it works well.
Would it require some other change besides working on ruby-lsapi?
I think it is good time to start working with lsapi support ruby 1.9.1
If you would like, you can try
It should be compatible with ruby 1.8 and 1.9 . Also it shoud fix the empty ENV problem.
mistwang thanks i will test it
come up with a new fix for empty ENV problem. updated the 4.0 release package.
Please test it with ruby 1.8.x as well, it should work with both.
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