69961Re: [PATCH] Fix compilation failure with Ruby 2.0.0
- May 21, 2013Skeept wrote:
> > Thanks. I hope a few people can try it out.AFAIK this was included in patch 7.3.889.
> Was this patch applied already?
> I tried compiling a 64 bit windows but if failed complaining that some
> include file could not be found.
> If possible could this patch be included for the next release?
> A small example on how to use rubydo (similar to the example on how toIt's not all that useful. It uses more memory, is probably a bit
> use perldo) would be useful for people like me, that don't know much
> about ruby but would like to learn.
> Also for the next release, if possible would it be possible to
> distribute a 64 bit for windows as well a 32 bit?
slower. I haven't heard real practical advantages. But perhaps that
changed with Windows 8?
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