mruby-require adds require support to mruby. This is based on iij's fork of mruby: https://github.com/iij/mruby
install by mrbgems
MRuby::Build.new do |conf| if ENV['OS'] != 'Windows_NT' then conf.cc.flags << %w|-fPIC| # needed for using bundled gems end # ... (snip) ... conf.gem :github => 'mattn/mruby-require' end
To work properly, mruby-require must be the last mrbgem specified in the build configuration. Any mrbgem specified after mruby-require is compiled as a shared object (
.so) and put in
build/host/lib (full path available in
$:). For loading them at runtime, see the next section.
Requiring additional mrbgems
When mruby-require is being used, additional mrbgems that appear after mruby-require in build_config.rb must be required to be used.
For example, if using mruby-onig-regexp, you should add the following to your code:
Requiring mrbgems in defaults
Set MRUBY_REQUIRE environment variable as comma separated values like following