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+free software which everyone can redistribute and change under these terms.
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+ This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it
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+
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+
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+library. If this is what you want to do, use the GNU Library General
+Public License instead of this License.
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+LEGAL NOTICE INFORMATION
+------------------------
+
+All the files in this distribution are covered under either the Ruby's
+license (see the file COPYING) or public-domain except some files
+mentioned below.
+
+regex.[ch]:
+
+ These files are under LGPL. Treat them as LGPL says. (See the file
+ LGPL for details)
+
+ Extended regular expression matching and search library.
+ Copyright (C) 1993, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
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+ Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA. */
+
+ Multi-byte extension added May, 1993 by t^2 (Takahiro Tanimoto)
+ Last change: May 21, 1993 by t^2
+ removed gapped buffer support, multiple syntax support by matz <matz@nts.co.jp>
+ Perl5 extension added by matz <matz@caelum.co.jp>
+ UTF-8 extension added Jan 16 1999 by Yoshida Masato <yoshidam@tau.bekkoame.ne.jp>
+
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+ A C-program for MT19937, with initialization improved 2002/2/10.
+ Coded by Takuji Nishimura and Makoto Matsumoto.
+ This is a faster version by taking Shawn Cokus's optimization,
+ Matthe Bellew's simplification, Isaku Wada's real version.
+
+ Before using, initialize the state by using init_genrand(seed)
+ or init_by_array(init_key, key_length).
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+missing/alloca.c:
+missing/dup2.c:
+missing/finite.c:
+missing/hypot.c:
+missing/isinf.c:
+missing/isnan.c:
+missing/memcmp.c:
+missing/memmove.c:
+missing/strcasecmp.c:
+missing/strchr.c:
+missing/streror.c:
+missing/strftime.c:
+missing/strncasecmp.c:
+missing/strstr.c:
+missing/strtol.c:
+ext/digest/sha1/sha1.[ch]:
+
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+
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+ IMPORTANT NOTE:
+ --------------
+ From ftp://ftp.cs.berkeley.edu/pub/4bsd/README.Impt.License.Change
+ paragraph 3 above is now null and void.
+
+ext/digest/md5/md5.[ch]:
+
+ These files are under the following license. Ruby uses modified
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+
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+ext/digest/rmd160/rmd160.[ch]:
+
+ These files have the following copyright information, and by the
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+
+ AUTHOR: Antoon Bosselaers, ESAT-COSIC
+ (Arranged for libc by Todd C. Miller)
+ DATE: 1 March 1996
+
+ Copyright (c) Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
+ 1996, All Rights Reserved
+
+ext/digest/rmd160/rmd160hl.c:
+ext/digest/sha1/sha1hl.c:
+
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+
+ "THE BEER-WARE LICENSE" (Revision 42):
+ <phk@login.dkuug.dk> wrote this file. As long as you retain this notice you
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+ this stuff is worth it, you can buy me a beer in return. Poul-Henning Kamp
+
+ext/digest/sha2/sha2.[ch]:
+ext/digest/sha2/sha2hl.c:
+
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+
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+
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+ 3. Neither the name of the copyright holder nor the names of contributors
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+
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+ext/nkf/nkf-utf8/nkf.c:
+ext/nkf/nkf-utf8/utf8tbl.c:
+
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+
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+ as long as you don't try to pretend that you wrote it.
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+ext/socket/getaddrinfo.c:
+ext/socket/getnameinfo.c:
+
+ These files are under the new-style BSD license.
+
+ Copyright (C) 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, and 1999 WIDE Project.
+ All rights reserved.
+
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+ are met:
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+ 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
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+ documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
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+ may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software
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+ LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
+ OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
+ SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+ext/win32ole/win32ole.c:
+
+ You can apply the Artistic License to this file. (or GPL,
+ alternatively)
+
+ (c) 1995 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
+ Developed by ActiveWare Internet Corp., http://www.ActiveWare.com
+
+ Other modifications Copyright (c) 1997, 1998 by Gurusamy Sarathy
+ <gsar@umich.edu> and Jan Dubois <jan.dubois@ibm.net>
+
+ You may distribute under the terms of either the GNU General Public
+ License or the Artistic License, as specified in the README file
+ of the Perl distribution.
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+ GNU LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
+ Version 2.1, February 1999
+
+ Copyright (C) 1991, 1999 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+ 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
+ Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies
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+ remove_const :RUBY_VERSION; \
+ RUBY_PLATFORM = "@arch@"; \
+ RUBY_VERSION = "@MAJOR@.@MINOR@.@TEENY@"; \
+ end; \
+ if RUBY_PLATFORM =~ /mswin|bccwin|mingw/; \
+ class File; \
+ remove_const :ALT_SEPARATOR; \
+ ALT_SEPARATOR = "\\"; \
+ end; \
+ end; \
+ ' > $@
+
+Makefile: $(srcdir)/Makefile.in
+
+$(MKFILES): config.status $(srcdir)/common.mk
+ MAKE=$(MAKE) $(SHELL) ./config.status
+ @{ \
+ echo "all:; -@rm -f conftest.mk"; \
+ echo "conftest.mk: .force; @echo AUTO_REMAKE"; \
+ echo ".force:"; \
+ } > conftest.mk || exit 1; \
+ $(MAKE) -f conftest.mk | grep '^AUTO_REMAKE$$' >/dev/null 2>&1 || \
+ { echo "Makefile updated, restart."; exit 1; }
+
+config.status: $(srcdir)/configure
+ MINIRUBY="$(MINIRUBY)" $(SHELL) ./config.status --recheck
+
+$(srcdir)/configure: $(srcdir)/configure.in
+ cd $(srcdir) && $(AUTOCONF)
+
+lex.c: keywords
+ @-$(RM) $@
+ gperf -p -j1 -i 1 -g -o -t -N rb_reserved_word -k1,3,$$ $? > $@ || \
+ cp "$(srcdir)/$@" .
+
+.y.c:
+ $(YACC) $<
+ sed '/^#/s|y\.tab\.c|$@|' y.tab.c > $@
+ rm -f y.tab.c
+
+.c.@OBJEXT@:
+ $(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) -c $<
+
+.s.@OBJEXT@:
+ $(AS) $(ASFLAGS) -o $@ $<
+
+clean-local::
+ @$(RM) ext/extinit.c ext/extinit.$(OBJEXT)
+
+distclean-local::
+ @$(RM) ext/config.cache $(RBCONFIG)
+
+ext/extinit.$(OBJEXT): ext/extinit.c $(SETUP)
+ $(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(XCFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) -o$@ -c ext/extinit.c
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+= NEWS
+
+This document is a list of user visible feature changes made between
+releases excluding bug fixes.
+
+Note that each entry is kept so brief that no reason behind or
+reference information is supplied with. For a full list of changes
+with all sufficient information, see the ChangeLog file.
+
+== Changes with Ruby 1.8.5
+
+=== New platforms/build tools support
+
+* IA64 HP-UX
+
+* Visual C++ 8 SP1
+
+* autoconf 2.6x
+
+=== Library updates (outstanding ones only)
+
+* date
+
+ * Updated based on date2 4.0.3.
+
+* digest
+
+ * New internal APIs for C and Ruby.
+
+ * Support for autoloading.
+
+ * See below for new features and compatibility issues.
+
+* nkf
+
+ * Updated based on nkf as of 2007-01-28.
+
+* tk
+
+ * Tk::X_Scrollable (Y_Scrollable) is renamed to Tk::XScrollable
+ (YScrollable). Tk::X_Scrollable (Y_Scrollable) is still available,
+ but it is an alias name.
+
+ * Updated Tile extension support based on Tile 0.7.8.
+
+ * Support --without-X11 configure option for non-X11 versions of
+ Tcl/Tk (e.g. Tcl/Tk Aqua).
+
+ * New sample script: irbtkw.rbw -- IRB on Ruby/Tk. It has no trouble
+ about STDIN blocking on Windows.
+
+=== New methods and features
+
+* builtin classes
+
+ * New method: Kernel#instance_variable_defined?
+
+ * New method: Module#class_variable_defined?
+
+ * New feature: Dir::glob() can now take an array of glob patterns.
+
+* digest
+
+ * New digest class methods: file
+
+ * New digest instance methods: clone, reset, new,
+ inspect, digest_length (alias size or length),
+ block_length()
+
+ * New library: digest/bubblebabble
+
+ * New function: Digest(name)
+
+* fileutils
+
+ * New option for FileUtils.cp_r(): :remove_destination
+
+* thread
+
+ * Replaced with much faster mutex implementation in C.
+ The former implementation is available with a
+ configure option `--disable-fastthread'.
+
+* webrick
+
+ * New method: WEBrick::Cookie.parse_set_cookies()
+
+=== Compatibility issues (excluding feature bug fixes)
+
+* builtin classes
+
+ * String#intern now raises SecurityError when $SAFE level is greater
+ than zero.
+
+* fileutils
+
+ * A minor implementation change breaks Rake <=0.7.1.
+ Updating Rake to 0.7.2 fixes the problem.
+
+* digest
+
+ * The constructor does no longer take an initial
+ string to feed; digest() and hexdigest() now do,
+ instead. The following examples show how to
+ migrate:
+
+ # Before
+ md = Digest::MD5.new("string")
+ # After (works with any version)
+ md = Digest::MD5.new.update("string")
+
+ # Before
+ hd = Digest::MD5.new("string").hexdigest
+ # After (works with any version)
+ hd = Digest::MD5.hexdigest("string")
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+* What's Ruby
+
+Ruby is the interpreted scripting language for quick and
+easy object-oriented programming. It has many features to
+process text files and to do system management tasks (as in
+Perl). It is simple, straight-forward, and extensible.
+
+
+* Features of Ruby
+
+ + Simple Syntax
+ + *Normal* Object-Oriented features(ex. class, method calls)
+ + *Advanced* Object-Oriented features(ex. Mix-in, Singleton-method)
+ + Operator Overloading
+ + Exception Handling
+ + Iterators and Closures
+ + Garbage Collection
+ + Dynamic Loading of Object files(on some architecture)
+ + Highly Portable(works on many UNIX machines, and on DOS,
+ Windows, Mac, BeOS etc.)
+
+
+* How to get Ruby
+
+The Ruby distribution files can be found in the following FTP site:
+
+ ftp://ftp.ruby-lang.org/pub/ruby/
+
+The latest source code of this version series can be checked out
+through SVN with the following command:
+
+ $ svn co http://svn.ruby-lang.org/repos/ruby/branches/ruby_1_8_6/
+
+The trunk of the Ruby source tree can be checked out with the
+following command:
+
+ $ svn co http://svn.ruby-lang.org/repos/ruby/trunk/ ruby
+
+There are some other branches under development. Try the following
+command and see the list of branches:
+
+ $ svn ls http://svn.ruby-lang.org/repos/ruby/branches/
+
+
+* Ruby home-page
+
+The URL of the Ruby home-page is:
+
+ http://www.ruby-lang.org/
+
+
+* Mailing list
+
+There is a mailing list to talk about Ruby.
+To subscribe this list, please send the following phrase
+
+ subscribe YourFirstName YourFamilyName
+e.g.
+ subscribe Joseph Smith
+
+in the mail body (not subject) to the address <ruby-talk-ctl@ruby-lang.org>.
+
+
+* How to compile and install
+
+This is what you need to do to compile and install Ruby:
+
+ 1. If ./configure does not exist or is older than configure.in,
+ run autoconf to (re)generate configure.
+
+ 2. Run ./configure, which will generate config.h and Makefile.
+
+ 3. Edit defines.h if you need. Usually this step will not be needed.
+
+ 4. Remove comment mark(#) before the module names from ext/Setup (or
+ add module names if not present), if you want to link modules
+ statically.
+
+ If you don't want to compile non static extension modules
+ (probably on architectures which does not allow dynamic loading),
+ remove comment mark from the line "#option nodynamic" in
+ ext/Setup.
+
+ 5. Run make.
+
+ 6. Optionally, run 'make test' to check whether the compiled Ruby
+ interpreter works well. If you see the message "test succeeded",
+ your ruby works as it should (hopefully).
+
+ 7. Run 'make install'
+
+ You may have to be a super user to install ruby.
+
+If you fail to compile ruby, please send the detailed error report with
+the error log and machine/OS type, to help others.
+
+
+* Copying
+
+See the file COPYING.
+
+
+* The Author
+
+Feel free to send comments and bug reports to the author. Here is the
+author's latest mail address:
+
+ matz@netlab.jp
+
+-------------------------------------------------------
+created at: Thu Aug 3 11:57:36 JST 1995
+Local variables:
+mode: indented-text
+end:
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+.\" README.EXT - -*- Text -*- created at: Mon Aug 7 16:45:54 JST 1995
+
+This document explains how to make extension libraries for Ruby.
+
+1. Basic knowledge
+
+In C, variables have types and data do not have types. In contrast,
+Ruby variables do not have a static type, and data themselves have
+types, so data will need to be converted between the languages.
+
+Data in Ruby are represented by the C type `VALUE'. Each VALUE data
+has its data-type.
+
+To retrieve C data from a VALUE, you need to:
+
+ (1) Identify the VALUE's data type
+ (2) Convert the VALUE into C data
+
+Converting to the wrong data type may cause serious problems.
+
+
+1.1 Data-types
+
+The Ruby interpreter has the following data types:
+
+ T_NIL nil
+ T_OBJECT ordinary object
+ T_CLASS class
+ T_MODULE module
+ T_FLOAT floating point number
+ T_STRING string
+ T_REGEXP regular expression
+ T_ARRAY array
+ T_FIXNUM Fixnum(31bit integer)
+ T_HASH associative array
+ T_STRUCT (Ruby) structure
+ T_BIGNUM multi precision integer
+ T_FILE IO
+ T_TRUE true
+ T_FALSE false
+ T_DATA data
+ T_SYMBOL symbol
+
+In addition, there are several other types used internally:
+
+ T_ICLASS
+ T_MATCH
+ T_UNDEF
+ T_VARMAP
+ T_SCOPE
+ T_NODE
+
+Most of the types are represented by C structures.
+
+1.2 Check Data Type of the VALUE
+
+The macro TYPE() defined in ruby.h shows the data type of the VALUE.
+TYPE() returns the constant number T_XXXX described above. To handle
+data types, your code will look something like this:
+
+ switch (TYPE(obj)) {
+ case T_FIXNUM:
+ /* process Fixnum */
+ break;
+ case T_STRING:
+ /* process String */
+ break;
+ case T_ARRAY:
+ /* process Array */
+ break;
+ default:
+ /* raise exception */
+ rb_raise(rb_eTypeError, "not valid value");
+ break;
+ }
+
+There is the data-type check function
+
+ void Check_Type(VALUE value, int type)
+
+which raises an exception if the VALUE does not have the type specified.
+
+There are also faster check macros for fixnums and nil.
+
+ FIXNUM_P(obj)
+ NIL_P(obj)
+
+1.3 Convert VALUE into C data
+
+The data for type T_NIL, T_FALSE, T_TRUE are nil, true, false
+respectively. They are singletons for the data type.
+
+The T_FIXNUM data is a 31bit length fixed integer (63bit length on
+some machines), which can be converted to a C integer by using the
+FIX2INT() macro. There is also NUM2INT() which converts any Ruby
+numbers into C integers. The NUM2INT() macro includes a type check, so
+an exception will be raised if the conversion failed. NUM2DBL() can
+be used to retrieve the double float value in the same way.
+
+In version 1.7 or later it is recommended that you use the new macros
+StringValue() and StringValuePtr() to get a char* from a VALUE.
+StringValue(var) replaces var's value with the result of "var.to_str()".
+StringValuePtr(var) does same replacement and returns char*
+representation of var. These macros will skip the replacement if var is
+a String. Notice that the macros take only the lvalue as their
+argument, to change the value of var in place.
+
+In version 1.6 or earlier, STR2CSTR() was used to do the same thing
+but now it is deprecated in version 1.7, because STR2CSTR() has a risk
+of a dangling pointer problem in the to_str() impliclit conversion.
+
+Other data types have corresponding C structures, e.g. struct RArray
+for T_ARRAY etc. The VALUE of the type which has the corresponding structure
+can be cast to retrieve the pointer to the struct. The casting macro
+will be of the form RXXXX for each data type; for instance, RARRAY(obj).
+See "ruby.h".
+
+For example, `RSTRING(str)->len' is the way to get the size of the
+Ruby String object. The allocated region can be accessed by
+`RSTRING(str)->ptr'. For arrays, use `RARRAY(ary)->len' and
+`RARRAY(ary)->ptr' respectively.
+
+Notice: Do not change the value of the structure directly, unless you
+are responsible for the result. This ends up being the cause of interesting
+bugs.
+
+1.4 Convert C data into VALUE
+
+To convert C data to Ruby values:
+
+ * FIXNUM
+
+ left shift 1 bit, and turn on LSB.
+
+ * Other pointer values
+
+ cast to VALUE.
+
+You can determine whether a VALUE is pointer or not by checking its LSB.
+
+Notice Ruby does not allow arbitrary pointer values to be a VALUE. They
+should be pointers to the structures which Ruby knows about. The known
+structures are defined in <ruby.h>.
+
+To convert C numbers to Ruby values, use these macros.
+
+ INT2FIX() for integers within 31bits.
+ INT2NUM() for arbitrary sized integer.
+
+INT2NUM() converts an integer into a Bignum if it is out of the FIXNUM
+range, but is a bit slower.
+
+1.5 Manipulating Ruby data
+
+As I already mentioned, it is not recommended to modify an object's internal
+structure. To manipulate objects, use the functions supplied by the Ruby
+interpreter. Some (not all) of the useful functions are listed below:
+
+ String functions
+
+ rb_str_new(const char *ptr, long len)
+
+ Creates a new Ruby string.
+
+ rb_str_new2(const char *ptr)
+
+ Creates a new Ruby string from a C string. This is equivalent to
+ rb_str_new(ptr, strlen(ptr)).
+
+ rb_tainted_str_new(const char *ptr, long len)
+
+ Creates a new tainted Ruby string. Strings from external data
+ sources should be tainted.
+
+ rb_tainted_str_new2(const char *ptr)
+
+ Creates a new tainted Ruby string from a C string.
+
+ rb_str_cat(VALUE str, const char *ptr, long len)
+
+ Appends len bytes of data from ptr to the Ruby string.
+
+ Array functions
+
+ rb_ary_new()
+
+ Creates an array with no elements.
+
+ rb_ary_new2(long len)
+
+ Creates an array with no elements, allocating internal buffer
+ for len elements.
+
+ rb_ary_new3(long n, ...)
+
+ Creates an n-element array from the arguments.
+
+ rb_ary_new4(long n, VALUE *elts)
+
+ Creates an n-element array from a C array.
+
+ rb_ary_push(VALUE ary, VALUE val)
+ rb_ary_pop(VALUE ary)
+ rb_ary_shift(VALUE ary)
+ rb_ary_unshift(VALUE ary, VALUE val)
+
+ Array operations. The first argument to each functions must be an
+ array. They may dump core if other types are given.
+
+2. Extending Ruby with C
+
+2.1 Addding new features to Ruby
+
+You can add new features (classes, methods, etc.) to the Ruby
+interpreter. Ruby provides APIs for defining the following things:
+
+ * Classes, Modules
+ * Methods, Singleton Methods
+ * Constants
+
+2.1.1 Class/module definition
+
+To define a class or module, use the functions below:
+
+ VALUE rb_define_class(const char *name, VALUE super)
+ VALUE rb_define_module(const char *name)
+
+These functions return the newly created class or module. You may
+want to save this reference into a variable to use later.
+
+To define nested classes or modules, use the functions below:
+
+ VALUE rb_define_class_under(VALUE outer, const char *name, VALUE super)
+ VALUE rb_define_module_under(VALUE outer, const char *name)
+
+2.1.2 Method/singleton method definition
+
+To define methods or singleton methods, use these functions:
+
+ void rb_define_method(VALUE klass, const char *name,
+ VALUE (*func)(), int argc)
+
+ void rb_define_singleton_method(VALUE object, const char *name,
+ VALUE (*func)(), int argc)
+
+The `argc' represents the number of the arguments to the C function,
+which must be less than 17. But I doubt you'll need that many.
+
+If `argc' is negative, it specifies the calling sequence, not number of
+the arguments.
+
+If argc is -1, the function will be called as:
+
+ VALUE func(int argc, VALUE *argv, VALUE obj)
+
+where argc is the actual number of arguments, argv is the C array of
+the arguments, and obj is the receiver.
+
+If argc is -2, the arguments are passed in a Ruby array. The function
+will be called like:
+
+ VALUE func(VALUE obj, VALUE args)
+
+where obj is the receiver, and args is the Ruby array containing
+actual arguments.
+
+There are two more functions to define methods. One is to define
+private methods:
+
+ void rb_define_private_method(VALUE klass, const char *name,
+ VALUE (*func)(), int argc)
+
+The other is to define module functions, which are private AND singleton
+methods of the module. For example, sqrt is the module function
+defined in Math module. It can be called in the following way:
+
+ Math.sqrt(4)
+
+or
+
+ include Math
+ sqrt(4)
+
+To define module functions, use:
+
+ void rb_define_module_function(VALUE module, const char *name,
+ VALUE (*func)(), int argc)
+
+Oh, in addition, function-like methods, which are private methods defined
+in the Kernel module, can be defined using:
+
+ void rb_define_global_function(const char *name, VALUE (*func)(), int argc)
+
+To define an alias for the method,
+
+ void rb_define_alias(VALUE module, const char* new, const char* old);
+
+To define and undefine the `allocate' class method,
+
+ void rb_define_alloc_func(VALUE klass, VALUE (*func)(VALUE klass));
+ void rb_undef_alloc_func(VALUE klass);
+
+func have to take the klass as the argument and return a newly
+allocated instance. This instance should be empty as possible,
+without any expensive (including external) resources.
+
+2.1.3 Constant definition
+
+We have 2 functions to define constants:
+
+ void rb_define_const(VALUE klass, const char *name, VALUE val)
+ void rb_define_global_const(const char *name, VALUE val)
+
+The former is to define a constant under specified class/module. The
+latter is to define a global constant.
+
+2.2 Use Ruby features from C
+
+There are several ways to invoke Ruby's features from C code.
+
+2.2.1 Evaluate Ruby Programs in a String
+
+The easiest way to use Ruby's functionality from a C program is to
+evaluate the string as Ruby program. This function will do the job:
+
+ VALUE rb_eval_string(const char *str)
+
+Evaluation is done under the current context, thus current local variables
+of the innermost method (which is defined by Ruby) can be accessed.
+
+2.2.2 ID or Symbol
+
+You can invoke methods directly, without parsing the string. First I need
+to explain about ID. ID is the integer number to represent Ruby's
+identifiers such as variable names. The Ruby data type corresponding to ID
+is Symbol. It can be accessed from Ruby in the form:
+
+ :Identifier
+
+You can get the ID value from a string within C code by using
+
+ rb_intern(const char *name)
+
+You can retrieve ID from Ruby object (Symbol or String) given as an
+argument by using
+
+ rb_to_id(VALUE symbol)
+
+You can convert C ID to Ruby Symbol by using
+
+ VALUE ID2SYM(ID id)
+
+and to convert Ruby Symbol object to ID, use
+
+ ID SYM2ID(VALUE symbol)
+
+2.2.3 Invoke Ruby method from C
+
+To invoke methods directly, you can use the function below
+
+ VALUE rb_funcall(VALUE recv, ID mid, int argc, ...)
+