...and a lot of automagically-generated C. The hell if I'm duplicating all of that.
The idea is to write as much of it as possible in ruby.
I gave up writing a custom parser for now, so it uses nagaqueen. Hellooooo, 9,350 SLOC of generated C, tied together with 33 SLOC of hand-written C.
Good news: this means I should be albe to get away with
./get-nagaqueen.sh && ./generate-boilerplate.rb and coding some ruby any time nagaqueen changes.
Here's all the files related to generating the shitton of C and compiling it all.
./util/get-nagaqueen.sh: tries to find NagaQueen.c, copies it to ./nagaqueen/nagaqueen.c.
./util/generate-boilerplate.rb: generates approximately 960 lines of ruby/C interop boilerplate in ./nagaqueen/boilerplate.h.
./util/generate-nagaqueen-boilerplate.rb: generates approximately 590 lines of ruby/C interop boilerplate in ./lib/nagaqueen-methods.rb.
./build.rb: builds this monstrous thing.
./test.rb: test this monstrous thing.
In most cases, all you should need is