ts <decoux / moulon.inra.fr> wrote:

>  When you call rb_define_method(), ruby create a node NODE_CFUNC. The
>  function pointer is stored in this node.

Ah, then it looks that I indeed can get the function pointer from a method
name/string by following the same logic as in function "rb_alias".  So it
seems that the answer to my original function pointer question is *yes*,
although it is not straightforward.

Regards,

Bill