Ok, now we have code.  Next, how can we compile it?

Mere 'automake --add-missing' didn't work.  I saw

  configure.ac:10: required file `configpkg.h.in' not found

In addition, when I run 

  ./configure --includedir=/usr/lib/ruby/1.8/i486-linux

I didn't have AM_CHECK_RUBY, and configure failed to find <ruby.h>.

My version of automake was 1.11.1.

When we can compile it, then how can we run the program to reproduce
the problem?

							matz.

p.s.
I skim the code, you combined the interpreter with C++ code, C++
exceptions and threads, all of which are highly difficult to run
safely with the Ruby interpreter.

In message "Re: Segmentation fault at raise exception."
    on Sun, 25 Apr 2010 00:48:06 +0900, O01eg Oleg <o01eg / yandex.ru> writes:

|Here ALL my code: http://bin.mypage.sk/FILES/mud.tar.bz2