----- Original Message -----
From: "Jun Aruga" <jaruga(a)redhat.com>
To: "Ruby SIG mailing list" <ruby-sig(a)lists.fedoraproject.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 8, 2020 5:50:09 PM
Subject: Re: Ruby 2.7
Hi Ruby SIG people,
For the releasing of Ruby 2.7 to Fedora, seeing following note in Ruby
Ruby 2.7.1 can have a better user experience especially for the
migration from older Rubies to Ruby 2.7.
Perhaps, this time, may we be able to wait for the new release Ruby
2.7.1 to release Ruby 2.7 on Fedora?
How do you think?
Please correct me if I'm wrong but the enhancements are adding functionality
(feature?) to be used when you need to handle the flag for `ruby2_keywords` explicitly
). So either way the current code (packaged gems)
needs to be fixed to work with 2.7 (and yes, we'll probably get better debugging, but
gems' upstream is the place to fix those issues; not Fedora). I expect 2.7.1 to hit
Rawhide before branching (it'll be soon, right?), so there should be no difference
having a 2.7.0 build (esp. in a side-tag) now.
So building Ruby 2.7.0 for Rawhide is fine with me. We can upgrade to 2.7.1 when Released,
or backport the needed 'Features' manualy. The upstream gems releases will come in
the meantime (with the fixes for 2.7), but we can file upstream bugs/PRs to address them,
when we face them in Fedora.