Nokogiri 1.4.6 ("Y U NO SUPPORT 1.8.6?" Edition), has been released!\n\nIt's been three days since the last release, and it turns out we\nbroke Ruby 1.8.6 support, semi-intentionally. We first announced\ndeprecation of 1.8.6 in May 2010, and included a deprecation\nwarning starting in Nokogiri 1.4.3 (July 2010).\n\nIt turns out that hardly anybody bothers to run their tests with\nthe "-w" flag, so this apparently took some people by surprise\nwhen Nokogiri 1.4.5 was released broken on Ruby 1.8.6.\n\nOn the other hand, we really did break Nokogiri on 1.8.6 pretty\nbadly, thereby stranding lots (at least one) Windows Ruby user\nwho's still on 1.8.6.\n\nSo, let's call it even. This release restores 1.8.6 support in\nthe Nokogiri 1.4 branch. And it will be very last release of\nNokogiri 1.4.x. This time, I mean it.\n\n## NOKOGIRI\n\n* <[URL]http://nokogiri.org[/URL]>\n* <[URL]http://github.com/tenderlove/nokogiri/wikis[/URL]>\n* <[URL]http://github.com/tenderlove/nokogiri/tree/master[/URL]>\n* <[URL]http://groups.google.com/group/nokogiri-talk[/URL]>\n* <[URL]http://github.com/tenderlove/nokogiri/issues[/URL]>\n\nNokogiri (=E9=8B=B8) is an HTML, XML, SAX, and Reader parser. Among Nokogi=\nri's\nmany features is the ability to search documents via XPath or CSS3\nselectors.\n\nXML is like violence - if it doesn=E2=80=99t solve your problems, you are n=\not using\nenough of it.\n\n### CHANGES IN 1.4.6\n\n* Notes\n\n* This version is functionally identical to 1.4.5.\n* Ruby 1.8.6 support has been restored.