RubyInline version 3.10.0 has been released!
Published 2011-08-30 @ 17:08
Inline allows you to write foreign code within your ruby code. It automatically determines if the code in question has changed and builds it only when necessary. The extensions are then automatically loaded into the class/module that defines it.
You can even write extra builders that will allow you to write inlined code in any language. Use Inline::C as a template and look at Module#inline for the required API.
3.10.0 / 2011-08-30
2 minor enhancements:
- Added engined/versioned subdir to .ruby_inline to help with multiple-ruby usage. (valodzka)
- Extended file/module naming to avoid hash collisions. (apohllo)
2 bug fixes:
- Fixed examples for 1.9 compatibility.
- Use RbConfig instead of Config. (apohllo)