"Charles Hixsn" <charleshixsn / earthlink.net> wrote in message
news:3F380D28.1040002 / earthlink.net...


> and I prefer that my
> indentation be done with tabs of width 3 rather than with spaces .

A religous concept, but spaces are IMHO best when source is shared between
multiple developers.

> Another thing is this wonderfully promissing thing called Pyrex.  This
> is a purportedly nearly transparent interface between Python and C.  It
> looks like it makes interfacing so much easier than Swig [or hand
> coding] that no comparison is reasonable.  I haven't yet tried it, so
> this may be overblown, but appearantly you can write a file [or
> routine??] that is a mix of Python and C, with automatic translation
> between the pieces.

How about Ruby inline?
http://www.ruby-talk.org/blade/50763


Mikkel