There isn't a branch for 1.8. Patches that target that version just get
generated based on trunk and attached to tickets with a fix version of
1.8.0. Generally, they also get hte incompatible flag.

Sure, I agree that using the unreleased versions isn't tenable. Doug made a
call for a 1.7.7 release back at the end of may[1]. It would be good to
ping that thread with the important of getting something soon for the Ruby
On Wed, Jun 25, 2014 at 4:54 AM, Willem van Bergen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>


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