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+ - Ruby Implementation Rubinius 2.0 Released->

Submitted by brixen
brixen (3387853) writes "

Starting with 2.0, Rubinius will concentrate on providing exceptional Ruby support for building modern concurrent and distributed applications. Not every legacy Ruby program or quirky Ruby feature will be suitable for Rubinius. Instead, we'll prioritize the performance and stability of concurrent applications to make Ruby competitive with Go, Erlang, Clojure, Scala, and Node.

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Comment: Re:Improved everything except the owner's motivati (Score 5, Informative) 127

by bozhidar (#42724657) Attached to: After A Year, Emacswiki Alternative Shutting Down
I'm not shutting down the project on a whim, a lot of thought and discussions with members of Emacs community are involved in it. The content will be preserved on EmacsWiki and I'll continue to work with Alex and the other members of the EmacsWiki team to (hopefully) improve and clean it up.

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