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rbcurse broken in ruby 1.9.2 (new key hash iteration)

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Edit: I have fixed the following and uploaded to github. Will be testing all examples and then releasing version 1.1.4 soon.

Some issues are cropping up in 1.9.2.
Essentially, “can’t add a new key into hash during iteration” which apparently 1.9.1 should have been catching but did not.

Also, some examples are unable to load files that are within the examples directory. Currently, I have to put a “./” in the require. However, that means the example cannot be run from any other folder. (In ruby 1.9.2, current folder is no longer in “$:”.)

I shall work on the hash issue in the next week or so.

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Written by totalrecall

August 22, 2010 at 2:41 pm

Posted in ruby

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