Hi,

I'm new to Ruby and am currently trying to embed Ruby in a C++ program. It
is pretty straightforward and I've already had some success with that.
However, what I really want is to have several independent instances of the
interpreter running. Lua for example makes this easy by encapsulating the
interpreter state in a C struct, but I didn't see that facility in Ruby. Is
there any way to accomplish this?

-Thorsten Scheuermann