On Wed, 2010-02-03 at 15:27 +0100, Jeroen van Meeuwen wrote:
First of all, let's forget about the targetted Fedora 13
just not going to happen.
Given the state of affairs, verysensible.
Second; ruby-shadow doesn't compile with ruby-1.9.1
I'll try and have a look if/when I get my rawhide VM working again.
Third; The multiple ruby parallel stacks thing is throwing up a bunch
problems beyond what I'm capable of solving myself. I would like to
propose that either we remove the desired feature of being able to have
parallel stacks in the first place, or start working on it together
(keyword: together!). If nothing else, we can always set up the ruby
stack to allow us to add back other versions of ruby should we need to
(and once we're able to).
As I said in the other thread, I am not sure it's a worthwhile goal. At
the very least, we'd need to understand better how many issues we'd have
with a single stack (and eventually, all packages need to be ported to
1.9, so by filing bugs about 1.9 incompatibility, we'd be doing upstream
To ease collaboration on all this, I added a page to the Wiki to
track tasks etc. It would be a great help if people added to this page
with what they see needs to be done and what they have done ;)