Inlined foreign code for ultra-fast and flexible ruby.
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.
DocumentationOnline documentation available at: http://docs.seattlerb.org/RubyInline/
released on 14 April 2015
6 August 2003
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