Using Ruby as a scripting engine for C programs 
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 Using Ruby as a scripting engine for C programs


I m real new to ruby and I m evaluating some language to extend a C program
with script. I have some questions:
- can Ruby be *compiled* ? (to have some binary representations ?)
- I saw that you can extend ruby quite easyly with C extension but cqn you
call Ruby method from C program ?
- Can you embed the ruby interpreter and give it a buffer with Ruby scripts
- and last question if everything above is possible, what is approximatly
the foot print of embedding ruby in my binary ?

(when I write C, it means C or C++)

Thanks for your help and if you have any links, :)


Fri, 07 Jan 2005 19:50:53 GMT  
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