On 2010-02-07, Albert Schlef <albertschlef / gmail.com> wrote:
> Jg W Mittag wrote:
>> [...] But really, I would look at Lua, because
>> while you can find a Ruby *implementation* that is specifically
>> designed for embedding, this doesn't change the fact that the Ruby
>> *language* isn't.

> What do you mean? What is there in the language itself that hinders 
> embedding?

It's not so much that it "hinders" embedding is that embedding isn't the
explicit design goal.  Lua is *designed* with the intent that the primary
use would be embedding it in other programs.

-s
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