From: Martin Krauskopf <Martin.Krauskopf@Sun.COM> - 2007-02-16 00:57:39
so the project is alive:
I've added Christopher and murphee as admins (waiting for Markus
account). Feel free to adjust to whatever you want :)
Below are forwarded information from rubyforge team (nothing
confidential). I've also commited initial project. Probably we should
move the discussion to the forum there. There is also possibility to
create mailing-lists (debug-commons-dev@...?). Not sure if it
is needed or preferred over the forum.
I think there are a lot of issues to talk about (ruby-debug, JRuby, seg.
fault with latest stable Ruby, future, ...) So let me know when you turn
on establish yourselves on project. Mainly turning on development forum
monitoring if we agree to continue debates there.
I've also filed other two issues against JRuby today:
And Tom already fixed http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/JRUBY-445.
More to come to make JRuby works correctly. But topic for debug-commons
side probably :)
I'll be gradually improving the site as I have a time. Now it is just as
it was given by rubyforge folks.
From: Martin Krauskopf <Martin.Krauskopf@Sun.COM> - 2007-02-16 14:26:26
Martin Krauskopf wrote:
> so the project is alive:
sorry for constant disturbing :) But more to set up on. I've started
filling tasks and bugs I'm working on directly to debug-commons
tracker so we pretend duplicating the effort. I've also committed
initial ChangeLog into SVN repository so we know what has changed.
I would like to move debugger-related discussion fully to debug-commons
development forum. If you are interested, just log into rubyforge and
click the link "Monitor Forum" to be notified by the email.
I'll provide classic-debugger migrating patch for RDT as I promised soon
(hopefully in 1-7 days).
Regarding to various frontend-news I think we may still continue
discussions here. Whatever fixes I'll made into the intermediate Java
layer I'll also provide patch for RDT. In the future I still believe in
the common library sharable between all Java frontend. But that's the
future for now, hopefully near :)
So next time on debug-commons dev forum.
 in a classic form: