Mohit Sindhwani wrote:
> John Smith wrote:
>> I need to embed a scripting languange in a C++ application.
>>
>> Currently I am evaluating some scripting languages for this purpose.
>>
>>   * perl (that works, although it needs a big amount of C++ glue code 
>> to deal with the perl stack(s)
>>   * python - have not tried yet
>>   * lua - that's really great, very easy to embed. Not surpring since 
>> lua is "designed to be embedded". Unfortuneately the lua interpreter 
>> is very limited
>>   * ruby - there is no/very limited docs about howto do that
>
> There is just enough information on the first version of PickAxe to 
> get you started.  Which compiler are you using?
>
I should have added that I collected a few of the main links related to 
this on my blog post when I started to embed Ruby into a Borland C++  
Builder application:
http://notepad.onghu.com/2008/1/2/codegear-turbo-c-and-ruby

Cheers
Mohit.