RubyInline version 3.6.3 has been released!
Published 2007-04-27 @ 15:33
Ruby Inline is an analog to Perl’s Inline::C. Out of the box, it allows you to embed C/++ external module code in your ruby script directly. By writing simple builder classes, you can teach how to cope with new languages (fortran, perl, whatever). The code is compiled and run on the fly when needed.
3.6.3 / 2007-04-27
- 7 minor enhancements:
- Added map_ruby_const and map_c_const to C builder.
- Converted example.rb to a real benchmark setup.
- Improved error messages.
- Added options hash for all C builder methods.
- Options hash can take optional :method_name param to have ruby name diff from c.
- Converted to a more traditional setup. Now I can heckle!
- Cleaned up ruby.h search.
- 2 bug fixes:
- Added CCDLFLAGS. Should pick up -fPIC on misconfigured 64 bit machines.
- Broke up all warnings so progress report was cleaner.