Thanks Ross, it's solved. For the record, I was using
rb_define_module_function insted of rb_define_method for defining a
method in the module.

2006/2/27, Ross Bamford <rossrt / roscopeco.co.uk>:
> On Mon, 2006-02-27 at 16:16 +0900, Gerardo Santana Gez Garrido wrote:
> > I'm writing an extension for Ruby, and want to extend an object with
> > methods from a module. I'm doing it like this:
> >
> > rb_extend_object(self, rb_mAModuleExtension);
> >
> > But the methods added to self become private. I want them public. How
> > should this be done?
>
> I think rb_extend_object retains the original access of module instance
> methods, so you should need to just define them public in the module
> you're extending.
>
> --
> Ross Bamford - rosco / roscopeco.REMOVE.co.uk
>
>
>


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