Marc Heiler wrote:
> - something that highlights in DETAIL the Ruby+C (K&R book is
> sooooo boring ...) world. In fact, personally I would like
> such a book that bridges the Ruby-C world :-)

Well ... there's always the SWIG documentation online specific to Ruby:

http://www.swig.org/Doc1.3/Ruby.html#Ruby

:)


> (I am collecting all information locally too, and
> expanding all the time, but I do lack a lot of C
> specific knowledge still... so making bindings to simple
> C code someone else wrote is still hard for me)
> 
> 
> Ah... there may be one more example, which would be "advanced"
> ruby that could include theoretical stuff as well. For example
> sections about good solutions of something, even a little bit
> math reasoning behind etc.. etc.. or efficient coding and
> these kind of "hints" which are explained, and NON-TRIVIAL ;-)

The SWIG documentation is definitely non-trivial. :)