Hi,

At Thu, 9 Dec 2004 05:47:29 +0900,
Stephen Kellett wrote in [ruby-talk:122996]:
> Whilst doing the above I noticed the call ruby_set_argv(). A few tests
> later and I conclude that the correct way to pass arguments to a Ruby
> program, so far as I can tell is using
> 
>         ruby_set_argv(count, args);

ruby_set_argv() sets the arguments for the script, while
ruby_options() accepts the arguments to the ruby interpreter,
including the script name and them.

-- 
Nobu Nakada