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Ruby Weekly Issue 521: October 1, 2020
Ruby 3.0.0 Preview 1 Released — Fingers crossed for a final Ruby 3.0 release this Christmas, but in the meantime we have the first preview release to play with! So if you’ve wanted to get playing with Ractor, the RBS type profiling approach, or even cute syntactical features like rightward assignments, now is a great to try it out as tools like RVM and rbenv make it really easy to get going.

Ruby 3.0.0 Preview 1 Released
RBS is a language to describe the types of Ruby programs. Type checkers including type-profiler and other tools supporting RBS will understand Ruby programs much better with RBS definitions.

Ractor: a proposal for new concurrent abstraction without thread-safety issues by ko1 · Pull Request #3365 · ruby/ruby
Quoted from This ticket proposes a new concurrent abstraction named "Ractor", Ruby's Actor-like feature (not an exact Actor-model). Ractor achieves the following goals: Parallel execution in a Ruby interpreter process Avoid thread-safety issues (especially race issues) by limiting the object sharing Communication via copying and moving I'm working on this proposal in a few years, and the project name was "Guild". I renamed it from Guild to Ractor because of Matz's preference. Resources: Proposed specification: my talk (latest, but written in Japanese) (old, API was changed) (old, API was changed) Current implementation is not complete (many bugs are remaining) but it passes current CI. I propose to merge it soon and try the APIs, continue to develop the implementation on a master branch.

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