>>>>> "J" == Jesse van den Kieboom <troplosti / orcaweb.cjb.net> writes:

J> This worked okay when I rb_required the file. But now that I'm using
J> rb_load_file this fails. I suppose the register_functions from the
J> loaded file is not sitting in the rb_mKernel module than?:

 The loaded file need to call the register_functions, i.e. rather than
 define a register_function the file must call any method that it want

J> What should I specify for 'module' in the rb_funcall?

 You can't specify a module : the module don't exist after the load this is
 why ruby lost the definitions.


Guy Decoux