24 Nov '12, 2am

@travisci It looks like jruby-18mode is actually running in 1.9 mode? https://t.co/w2f9kjKF JRuby 1.7 defaults to 1.9

We know that there are still pieces of 1.9 support we don’t have yet, like Ripper, but we are at a stable point where people can use JRuby in 1.9 mode to host production applications. At this point, we plan on putting out point releases of 1.7.x every 2-3 weeks for the foreseeable future. These point releases will be made to address any reported problems users run into; and also to fill out the few missing 1.9 libraries not yet finished.

Full article: http://jruby.org/2012/10/22/jruby-1-7-0

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