On 01/24/2012 04:50 AM, Bohuslav Kabrda wrote:
since we finally got our Ruby 1.9.3 feature page  approved, we are starting rebuild
for Ruby 1.9.3. Everyone who owns a package that depends on Ruby or Rubygems should
rebuild it in the special Koji target "f17-ruby". This target will be merged
into rawhide just before the branching, which will occur on 2012-02-07. After this
deadline, you will need to go through the standard Bodhi update process. The detailed
instructions on rebuilding the packages, including our suggested changes can be found in
. Feel free to contact me or Vit Ondruch (vondruch at redhat dot com) or write to
ruby-sig mailing lists, if you run into any kind of problems.
I'm somewhat confused. Has the issue w/ sudo gem install been resolved?
That is a blocker as far as adopting the Ruby 1.9.3 RPMs as they stand
for Fedora and needs to be resolved first before making alot of changes
to the master branch / rawhide.
As much as I don't like letting features slip, if we have to wait until
Fedora 18 to get ruby 1.9.3 so be it, we can't ship a solution that
breaks fundamental upstream compatibility.
If we can't figure a solution out by the time Fedora branches, or a
little before it, lets say around the beginning of February, we should
revert the 1.9.3 patch on the master repo until a solution is deduced.