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* Ruby 3.3 compatible release?
@ 2023-08-25  2:01 Samuel Williams
  2023-08-28  0:58 ` Eric Wong
  0 siblings, 1 reply; 3+ messages in thread
From: Samuel Williams @ 2023-08-25  2:01 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: kgio-public

Hi Eric,

Thanks for your continued effort to maintain and support this gem - despite how old it is - I assume you were not expecting it to still be in use today!

We are trying to clean up the `io.h` interface in Ruby 3.3 and would like to know if there is anything we can do to help with a release of kgio which supports the updated interface and removes usage of deprecated symbols. That is because it is still a dependency of Unicorn, which, as of today has a market share of around 15% - something I hope you are really proud of!

I believe Jean Boussier has already generously supplied a patch:

However, it does not appear to be merged or released yet. Anything we can do to help move things forward? Would it help if I resubmitted it directly using git format-patch?

Warm regards,

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