* Jordi Massaguer Pla <jmassaguerpla(a)suse.de> [Jan 22. 2014 13:52]:
On 01/22/2014 01:23 PM, Klaus Kaempf wrote:
going forward, Ruby becomes more important in the openSUSE and SLES
codebase. This is why Coolo asked me to come up with a new Ruby
packaging scheme. Read on to learn about my current thinking in this
What are the goals ?
1. revert the ruby, rubyXY, and ruby-common split
Initially done to allow multiple Ruby versions in parallel, it
wasn't really used and developers use rvm or rbenv to achieve the
From a buildservice perspective, this split cause more headaches
than it provided value.
in studio product we have ruby 1.8 and ruby 1.9 at the same time
because the first one is a requirement from WebYast and the second
one from studio itself. I am not saying this is good or desirable,
but please take in mind this kind of situation.
The new packaging scheme will be applied from Ruby-2.1 on forward. It
should not affect previous distributions.
Otoh, having a single Ruby version will prevent such crazy setups as
above in the future ;-)
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