Ncurses-ruby made another small step on its way to reach the 1.0 version
Starting with this release, getch and wgetch will no longer block other
ruby threads when waiting for user input.
Changes in 0.9.2:
* Preventing getch and wgetch functions from blocking other ruby
* Previously ncurses-ruby installed two files named "ncurses.rb" and
"ncurses.so". The "ncurses.so" is now renamed to "ncurses_bin.so"
to prevent "require 'ncurses'" from accidentally loading only the
binary file in case that this is found first in ruby's load path.
* Reintroduced ability to "include" Ncurses functions:
Use "include Ncurses::Namespace" for that. This is implemented via
method_missing, so that ncurses functions (some of which have very
common names) will not hide other functions defined in the extended
scope. (The former method_missing function is properly aliased and
called after an unsuccessful lookup.)