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= What's new?
Beyond what is covered by Ruby itself, we have our own set of improvements:
* Upgraded Ruby 1.9.3 to patchlevel 194
* Upgraded RubyGems to 1.8.23 on all versions of Ruby
* Increased file descriptors for 1.9.x to 32K. Closes #104
* Upgraded OpenSSL to version 1.0.0h
= Q: Why this version uses more disk than previous ones?
A: In this release, debug symbols of msvcrt-ruby191.dll where included, which
will help debugging (using GDB from DevKit) any possible issues while using
= Q: What means by "increased file descriptors", how that affects me?
A: By default Ruby 1.9 was limited to 64 sockets when using select() function.
select() is a mechanism to set and clear the state of sockets that are waiting
for data. In other OS you have different 'pooling' mechanisms.
Most of the web servers that run on Ruby, specially the evented ones depends
Without this change these frameworks/libraries wouldn't be able to use more
than 64 open sockets, which affects any of us attempting to use Ruby on Windows
for more than testing things out.
Please note that this is a workaround to a bigger issue: select() and the
associated functions are not the recommended or optimally way to interact with
sockets on Windows.
If you encounter a problem running a pre-compiled evented library against this
build, please ask the library author to recompile with -DFD_SETSIZE=32767.
Perfection in design is achieved not when there is nothing more to add,
but rather when there is nothing more to take away.
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
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