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Mon Jun 8 08:02:03 UTC 2015
On 8 June 2015 at 08:53, Anshu Prateek <ansh.prat at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks Colin, Brian,
> Well this is in production where managing ruby through other managers would
> be a pain. (Its presently managed via puppet).
> So, as a follow up, is ruby2.1 from 15.04 can be repackaged (lets say for a
> private repo) and then be used with 14.04?
found this amongst others
> On Mon, 8 Jun 2015 at 13:13 Colin Law <clanlaw at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 8 June 2015 at 06:38, Anshu Prateek <anshprat at fedoraproject.org> wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > This could be an already discussed topic but google search did not help
>> > me
>> > with this.
>> > In trusty, the stable ruby is 1.9.3-p484.
>> > While ruby has EOLed 1.9.3
>> > https://www.ruby-lang.org/en/news/2015/02/23/support-for-ruby-1-9-3-has-ended/
>> > There is a ruby2.0 available, but that also has ruby as dependency hence
>> > again pulling 1.9.3.
>> > So whats the plan about about upgrading ruby stable to supported
>> > version?
>> Ubuntu policy is generally to not upgrade major releases of software.
>> For example, in this case if it automatically updated then some ruby
>> code would suddenly stop working.
>> If you upgrade Ubuntu you will of course get a later ruby. On 15.04 it is
>> However I absolutely concur with Brian's suggestion to use rvm. Then
>> you can easily upgrade and also have multiple versions of Ruby
>> available on the same machine so that existing code will continue to
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