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Ruby 2.1.0 heyoooooooooo

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roidrage committed Dec 25, 2013
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@@ -9,6 +9,6 @@ env:
matrix:
- "RUBY=ruby-head"
- "RUBY=jruby-head"
- "RUBY=ruby-2.1.0-rc1"
- "RUBY=ruby-2.1.0"
notifications:
email: false

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Just noting here that RVM doesn't seem to recognize it yet.

https://travis-ci.org/travis-ci/travis-rubies/jobs/15961751#L114

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BanzaiMan replied Dec 25, 2013

Just noting here that RVM doesn't seem to recognize it yet.

https://travis-ci.org/travis-ci/travis-rubies/jobs/15961751#L114

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Yeah. 😿

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Yeah. 😿

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Running now, rvm was just updated.

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Running now, rvm was just updated.

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Worked!

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BanzaiMan replied Dec 25, 2013

Worked!

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Yeah, but doesn't work with rvm it seems.

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roidrage replied Dec 25, 2013

Yeah, but doesn't work with rvm it seems.

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Ah, seems like it's because of the change in versioning. There's no -pX in the version anymore, so rvm tries to resort to the latest definition it has for 2.1.0, which is currently 2.1.0-preview2.

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roidrage replied Dec 25, 2013

Ah, seems like it's because of the change in versioning. There's no -pX in the version anymore, so rvm tries to resort to the latest definition it has for 2.1.0, which is currently 2.1.0-preview2.

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hmmm. I was promised that it'll have -p0 suffix! Boo.

Compare http://cache.ruby-lang.org/pub/ruby/2.1/ and http://cache.ruby-lang.org/pub/ruby/2.0/

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BanzaiMan replied Dec 25, 2013

hmmm. I was promised that it'll have -p0 suffix! Boo.

Compare http://cache.ruby-lang.org/pub/ruby/2.1/ and http://cache.ruby-lang.org/pub/ruby/2.0/

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simeonwillbanks Dec 25, 2013

@BanzaiMan @roidrage Thanks for working on this...

I can confirm, with 2.1.0 and ruby-2.1.0, rvm still uses ruby-2.1.0-preview2.

Happy Holidays! 🎄

simeonwillbanks replied Dec 25, 2013

@BanzaiMan @roidrage Thanks for working on this...

I can confirm, with 2.1.0 and ruby-2.1.0, rvm still uses ruby-2.1.0-preview2.

Happy Holidays! 🎄

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released rvm 1.24.10

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mpapis replied Dec 25, 2013

released rvm 1.24.10

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We'll need to roll out an updated build environment first due to the required rvm upgrade, sorry. Should be available in the next couple of days.

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roidrage replied Dec 27, 2013

We'll need to roll out an updated build environment first due to the required rvm upgrade, sorry. Should be available in the next couple of days.

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@roidrage you do not have to rebuild everything, just run: rvm get latest-24 to update the definitions and rvm will see proper 2.0.0 binary (I did the 1.24 release just for travis so you do not have to rebuild everything)

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mpapis replied Dec 27, 2013

@roidrage you do not have to rebuild everything, just run: rvm get latest-24 to update the definitions and rvm will see proper 2.0.0 binary (I did the 1.24 release just for travis so you do not have to rebuild everything)

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Unfortunately that's not how our build system works. We refrain from doing these upgrades during the build process, so we will have to upgrade our build environment before we can support Ruby 2.1.0.

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roidrage replied Dec 27, 2013

Unfortunately that's not how our build system works. We refrain from doing these upgrades during the build process, so we will have to upgrade our build environment before we can support Ruby 2.1.0.

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I'm creating new Ruby images now and hope to have them live in the next 6 hours.

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joshk replied Dec 28, 2013

I'm creating new Ruby images now and hope to have them live in the next 6 hours.

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