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2016-02-07

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[15:09:09] ysz: I'm looking for binary installer for 2.3.0 for Windows :) latests I see on rubyinstaller is 2.2.4
[15:09:28] ysz: I need "official" one
[15:16:52] ysz: pushcx, oh dear hope he's okay
[15:18:03] ysz: what are the major thins of 2.3? that fancy bytecode cache?
[15:18:12] ysz: I'm more concerned about VM
[15:25:15] ysz: shevy, nah, I hoped to get binary installer for stable and that's it
[15:26:06] ysz: and theen i have to get build environment etc :-P
[15:26:48] ysz: but anyways, I got myself 2.2.4 installer, and then rake-compiler already.. what's next.. devkit thing whatever that means... i think i could just rake compile 2.3 then :)
[15:27:11] ysz: I'm working on native extensions
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2015-12-22

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[23:40:52] ysz: are there that many gems written in C for Ruby as for PHP where that's a norm? I've started learning Ruby after PHP and would appreciate a hint
[23:42:18] ysz: xybre, If I use rails casually will I step across those? are those required?
[23:42:25] ysz: I hope to avoid that.
[23:43:54] ysz: thanks gents! now I'm not that afraid :)
[23:44:08] ysz: xybre, shevy ^^
[23:44:29] ysz: Mon_Ouie, that makes sense to me.