>>>>> "n" == nobu nokada <nobu.nokada / softhome.net> writes:

n> Rather, it may be better on address of NODE_EVSTR and count of
n> such variables.

n> However, a performance problem may exist.

 Well, the other possibility is that PUSH_VARS() always push a place holder
 (except when it's called from rb_yield_0()).

 This will make new variables in #eval and "#{}" always dynamic, and the
 performance problem is only in this case (ruby can compile only once
 "#{}") 


Guy Decoux