Ruby 1.9.2 Is Available

by Developer.com Staff

Ruby 1.9.2 fixes a some stuff and reimplements a couple of classes and adds a bunch of new methods.

Ruby is a popular open source programming language. Today, project developers released version 1.9.2.

The new version includes "many new methods," a new socket API (IPv6 support), new encodings, random number generating class, time has been reimplemented (there's no longer a year 2038 problem), regular expressions has been tweaked, $: no longer includes the current directory, dl is reimplemented and there's a new psych library that wrap ibyaml.

More information about the latest Ruby release can be found in NEWS and ChangeLog.

This article was originally published on Wednesday Aug 18th 2010
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