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Remove old tags for Rational and Complex specs #2017

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The following commit moved some Rational and Complex specs. But didn't
update spec tags. Just remove them bacause it's now passing:
1779c73 Rational()/Complex() should be Kernel specs

@ryoqun ryoqun Remove old tags for Rational and Complex specs
The following commit moved some Rational and Complex specs. But didn't
update spec tags. Just remove them bacause it's now passing:
  1779c73 Rational()/Complex() should be Kernel specs
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@dbussink dbussink merged commit d85d3f0 into rubinius:master
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Commits on Nov 15, 2012
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    Remove old tags for Rational and Complex specs

    ryoqun authored
    The following commit moved some Rational and Complex specs. But didn't
    update spec tags. Just remove them bacause it's now passing:
      1779c73 Rational()/Complex() should be Kernel specs
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3  spec/tags/19/ruby/core/rational/Rational_tags.txt
@@ -1,3 +0,0 @@
-fails:Rational() raises a TypeError if the arguments are not Integers
-fails:Rational() passed two arguments sets the numerator to the first argument
-fails:Rational() passed two arguments sets the denominator to the second argument
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4 spec/tags/20/ruby/core/complex/Complex_tags.txt
@@ -1,4 +0,0 @@
-fails:Complex when passed [Complex, Complex] returns a new Complex number based on the two given numbers
-fails:Complex when passed [Complex] returns the passed Complex number
-fails:Complex when passed [Integer, Integer] returns a new Complex number
-fails:Complex when passed [Integer] returns a new Complex number with 0 as the imaginary component
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4 spec/tags/20/ruby/core/rational/Rational_tags.txt
@@ -1,4 +0,0 @@
-fails:Rational() raises a TypeError if the arguments are not Integers
-fails:Rational() passed two arguments returns a Rational instance
-fails:Rational() passed two arguments sets the numerator to the first argument
-fails:Rational() passed two arguments sets the denominator to the second argument
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