Posted by naruse on 24 Feb 2014
Today, Feb. 24th, is the 21st anniversary of Ruby, so we happily announce a new patch release of Ruby 2.1, Ruby 2.1.1.
Ruby 2.1 has many improvements including speedup without severe incompatibilities. You can use this on Rails and other applications, and get a more comfortable experience.
Following the previously announced changed versioning policy of Ruby 2.1, this version is simply called “2.1.1”.
Update: We’ve noticed a regression in
Hash#reject. For more details, see:
Regression of Hash#reject in Ruby 2.1.1.
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