05 Oct '13, 4am

Rubinius 2.0

We are thrilled to announce the release of Rubinius 2.0. There are many exciting things to share. We'll review what Rubinius is, look at what you can expect from this release and future releases, and talk about plans for the future. Many Thanks! Rubinius 2.0 would not be possible without the tremendous support and contributions from so many amazing people. Thanks Matz for creating Ruby. Thanks David Heinemeier Hansson for creating Ruby on Rails, which spread Ruby happiness around the world. Thanks Evan Phoenix for creating Rubinius and inspiring us to think beyond current limitations. Thanks to the hundreds of contributors for their time, efforts, and frustration while improving Rubinius and RubySpec. There isn't room to list them all, but their indelible mark on Rubinius lives on in the source code. Thanks to the Ruby developers, students, and businesses that all contribu...

Full article: http://rubini.us/2013/10/04/rubinius-2-0-released/

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