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* version.h (RUBY_RELEASE_DATE): finally declare start of 2.0 work!

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+Wed Oct 19 17:06:54 2011 Yukihiro Matsumoto <matz@ruby-lang.org>
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+ * version.h (RUBY_RELEASE_DATE): finally declare start of 2.0 work!
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Wed Oct 19 11:48:44 2011 Eric Hodel <drbrain@segment7.net>
* error.c (Init_Exception): Document $! and $@. Provide
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-#define RUBY_VERSION "1.9.4"
+#define RUBY_VERSION "2.0.0"
#define RUBY_RELEASE_DATE "2011-10-19"
#define RUBY_PATCHLEVEL -1
#define RUBY_BRANCH_NAME "trunk"

129 comments on commit 6b8d4ab

@AndrewVos

Woohoo!

@getconor

Excelsior!

@dpsk

Awesome

@Hakon

Wooooo!

@ofcapl

hurray! :D

@ys

Hooray!

@PotHix

Awesome!

@richardjohansson

Can't wait!

@peterhellberg

Hooray!

@ariejan

And my axe!

@axsuul

I hereby will not shower for 30 days to mark this historic day! Let the development commence!

@danillos

Let's Go!! =D

@robmorgan

Awesome!

@gotar

Nice ;]

@kunday

Awesome.

@raskhadafi

Yuppii!!!!!!!!

@etiennepeiniau

This is great news !!!

@nhance

The man. You are it.

@n5ken

Cool, looking forward to it

@0rca

Yay!

@miguelgraz

Can't wait =D

@Jeweller-Tsai

cool ! :+)

@eyko

:-o

@olistik

10.times do puts "Booya! " end

@windcbf

look forward to it

@olivierlacan

Bon courage, Matz & Co.

@mcmorgan

Good stuff :)

@korny

Yes!

@gutenye

YES!

@Matt-Field

Schwing!

@grimen

JAZZ!

@mattslight

Boom - Headshot.

@Loud

Bazinga!

@gavinhughes

Schweeet!

@smoove

All the good stuff has been said already :(

@defaude

すごぉぉぉい!We'll all be looking forward to this one :)

@marcolz

Evvai!!!

@dopin

やったーーー!

@theDoug

Congratulations and good luck!

@mpj

Yay!

@jshakespear

Whoop! Whoop!

@MikeGrace

Party!!!!

@sixtyton

SKA-DANG!

@manuelmeurer

Sweet!

@ungsophy

awesome :)

@Narnach

Sweet!

@moonmaster9000

go, ruby, go!

@eob

Go Matz!

@carpeliam

w00t w00t

@darrenjmcpherson

Level up!

@koljakube

Great!

@marcalc

Greaaaat! :heart:

@gerred

1.9 is dead to me. 2.0 HEAD in production!

@danielribeiro

Can't wait.

@cfcosta

YAY! :v:

@gildo

way to go

@teoulas

yay!

@maggit

Yay!

@azolotko

Nice!

@stid

Ole!

@dukex

\o/

@sindrenm

This is awesome! Congratulations!

@kitplummer

This comment thread would get much simpler if Github just provided the dreaded "like" button. :)

@carlosparamio

Oh, yeah!

@onpaws

agree with @kitplummer and everyone else.

@maxpert

Really looking forward for a better garbage collection and speed!

@sysbeast

Yehaawww... go Matz!!! :)

@stijnster

Woehoe! Awesome!

@samdalton

It's officially Ruby 2'sday.

@ingemar

High five!

@murbanski

Great news!:)

@satoryu

I'm looking forward to MRI 2 :-)

@huoxito

"like" buttons on github?! thats really no fun at all

@elmer

<3

@pbosetti

Viva! Viva! Viva Ruby!

@joneslee85

Web 2.0 is out for years but Ruby is not ...though late but better than never. :X :X :X

@amolpujari

yeeeeeeee yeeeeeeee

@georgeG

Habari ndio hiyo! Siachwi sichekwi!

@janfri

The vapor(ware) becomes real. :D

@brianewing

I echo the general sentiments of my predecessors

@dgoujard

great !

@avastor

Отлично :)

@u2

nice

@Hoornet

This will be interesting!

@lucascaton

Yeah!

@DarTSeNSe

The Way Continues!

@deniswolf

!מצוין! טוב מאוד

@alirz23

hurray!!!!!

@serradura

Uhuuu!!! Awesome!

@bugaiov

awesome^^

@zmbacker

hope ruby is faster in version 2.0

@roadt

ah, great.

@swarley

first!

@Funfun

Yea!!!!

@darth10

Hell yeah!! +1

@gurgul

I am so happy :)

@sub2u

Happy to know

@gurgul

Can i know how bytecode will work for ruby? Bytecode will be full portable through os platforms? There will be possibility to run bytecode without ruby source? Where can I find more informations about that?

I run rb script and i did not see a new files with bytecode, is this feature already implemented?

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