12 Sep '12, 6am

@quicy デフォルトが1.9になる(今までは1.8だった)、Java7の場合のinvokedynamic切っちゃった><など盛りだくさんの内容

This is the second preview release of JRuby 1.7. The JRuby 1.7 release series represents a tremendous amount of work by dozens of contributors, and there are improvements in every subsystem. Users of highly-concurrent applications will see improvements in throughput and raw parallelism. And we have upped our compatibility level to match Ruby 1.9.3.

Full article: http://jruby.org/2012/08/07/jruby-1-7-0-preview2

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@jstorimer @titanous Also interesting reading:

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