Version Bug with Ruby
seb128 at ubuntu.com
Mon Jul 18 05:44:00 CDT 2005
Le lundi 18 juillet 2005 à 11:19 +0100, Nicholas H.Tollervey a écrit :
> version. The debian package from which the Hoary package is derived is
> fixed to the latest final current release. Packages such as Rails (the
> ubiquitous web application development tool that seems to be making
> waves in the web-dev community) require the latest version of Ruby and
> have started to enforce this requirement (just over a week ago).
Hoary has the version which was available on the freeze for it and
usually there is no version change for a stable distro. Anyway this is
probably a good reason to update, you just have to find somebody not too
busy wanting to tackle that.
> The bug was duly reported and has been assigned to debzilla at ubuntu.org.
> Hence the reason for my question.
That's the defaut assignement, that means that the bug is not assigned
to somebody but on the common list of bugs.
> So, the problem still remains, and apart from a few brave individuals
> who are trying (unsuccessfully) to get around the issue, not a lot seems
> to be happening.
That's July, some people are on holidays, other are quite busy and I'm
not sure than a lot of these people use ruby, so it's not easy to update
something you don't use for a stable distro.
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