pat eyler wrote:
> On 8/25/06, Trans <transfire / gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi--
>
> Trans,
> would you mind changing the name of this tool to InlineRunner?
> There's already a RubyInline, and this would seem to add confusion.

Ah, the one that allows C to be run in Ruby. Okay. I'll have to think
of another name then: "ruby___"?

> Looks interesting though.

Thanks. I just realized I shoul dprobably give an example though:

  def hello ; "hello"; end

  =begin test
    class TestHello < Test::Unit::TestCase
      def test_hello
        assert_equal( 'hello', hello )
      end
    end
  =end

Then

  % rubyinline -b test hello.rb

Although in the case, the "-b test" is the default so can be left out.

T.