Hi,

In message "Re: Data_Make_Struct Considered Dangerous?"
    on 02/08/19, William Djaja Tjokroaminata <billtj / y.glue.umd.edu> writes:

|In fact, in my application I hope that once the Ruby code is parsed, my C
|code takes over until the process is finished, so that I will only have "C
|speed" and not "Ruby speed" at all.  Ruby is used only for system
|specifications and configurations.  Based on your response alone, it seems
|that I am on the right track for my (specific) application.

I think so too.  If you don't have memory interaction with Ruby
interpreter, you don't have to use ALLOC().

							matz.