luislavena at gmail.com
Tue Dec 11 18:51:04 EST 2007
On Dec 11, 2007 4:39 PM, ry dahl <ry at tinyclouds.org> wrote:
> I believe someone committed some changes to the http parser from me
> that make it work on Ruby 1.9. (Very minor things like str->ptr to
> RSTRING_PTR(str).) So last time I checked (2 or 3 months ago), the C
> part of mongrel was passing tests in 1.9.
yes, we discussed that on #mongrel-dev channel.
The thing is that 1.9.1 will be a base for the upcoming 2.0 (were
community will decide which feature will made into 2.0 or should be
Even I like the performance boost of 1.9, and even I like the bleeding
edge stuff, I don't see me running a production quality
server/application on 1.9.1 this january.
As example, lot of things Rails do will be broken in 1.9, and they
need to fix that before we jump into the interpreter/VM switch.
Also, the green vs. native thread is a huge change, and that will
require a lot of time to get a working, stable and optimized solution
I think Fibers will suit best our requirements?   anyway, need a
deep analysis prior jumping into the Wow 1.9 YARV bandwagon.
A common mistake that people make when trying to design
something completely foolproof is to underestimate
the ingenuity of complete fools.
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