I recently noticed [ruby-dev:35813]:
It reads: "How about the following. Will delete include/ruby/backward by 2.0."
In reality, the directories lasted for the entire 2.x era. But isn't 3.0 a good time to finally delete them?
- include/ruby/backward/2/extern.h: deprecated since 1.8.0. PR
- include/ruby/backward/classext.h: deprecated since 1.9.3. PR
- struct RClassDeprecated: deprecated since 2.3.0. PR
- include/ruby/backward/rubysig.h: deprecated since 1.9.0. PR
- include/ruby/backward/rubyio.h: deprecated since 1.9.0. PR
- include/ruby/backward/st.h: deprecated since 1.9.0. PR
- include/ruby/backward/util.h: deprecated since 1.9.0. PR