Among other REALLY nice improvements are some dramatic
refactoring of the way testing is done and a potentially massive
in one of the core classes of the RubyGems library, affecting not just
install time but runtime performance of RubyGems-enabled
All this with unit tests. Nice job, Seattle!
I’d love to see more of this kind of thing (especially when people
are improving software that I have a hand in). Hey all you other Ruby
groups, it might be too late (this year) for a RubyCentral code fest grant, but
it’s not too late to organize your own self-funded Hack Fest.
Anyone close enough to Kentucky want to give it a go?