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Are functions accessible via ruby/intern.h considered to be "public"
API?  In other words: are C extensions allowed to use the functions in
there without fear of the header file being removed?

I'm using some of these functions, but I want to avoid a situation like
we had with node.h.  Thanks!

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Aaron Patterson
http://tenderlovemaking.com/

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