In article <20050930235907.GA5084 / maribor.izzy.net>,
Alan Gutierrez  <alan-ruby-talk / engrm.com> wrote:
>    I'd like to build a CSS renderer in modern C++ as an enthusist's
>    pursuit. I don't want to get bogged down in huge build systems,
>    or many different IDEs. 
>
>    I'd like to make development rapid by using a scripting
>    language where I can. I want it to be Ruby. I'm adopting Ruby as
>    a build system for C++ as noted in another thread.
>    
>    It would be nice to script complicated algrothims in Ruby,
>    before fixing them in C++. I'd like to work on making objects
>    accessible to Ruby as I go along.
>
>    I know that Ruby can communicate with C++ using SWIG, but I'm
>    wondering if there isn't anything more explicit. Something that
>    will bind tighter to Ruby. The Boost libraries favor Python due
>    to Boost::Python. Is there something similar, or is there
>    interest in something similar?
>
>        http://www.boost.org/libs/python/doc/

I would definitely be interested in something like this, although, how 
different would it be from Inline::C/C++?

Phil