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Add type definitions for :buffer_in and :buffer_out #2099

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DanielVartanov commented Dec 13, 2012

Not sure if specs should be added here. :buffer_in and :buffer_out are just another names of the same type (pointer), i.e. go into the same class of equivalence.

Rubinius actually has specs which use :buffer_in and :buffer_out, but those specs also rely on FFI::Buffer, which is not implemented yet.

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brixen commented Dec 13, 2012

Please hold off on more FFI PRs. I'm going to work on getting the ffi gem to run on Rubinius.

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DanielVartanov commented Dec 13, 2012

Ok, good. Let me know if you need help with that.

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brixen commented Jan 9, 2013

We now bundle a 1.2.0 version of the FFI gem, however, there is a bug in RVM that omits the pre-installed gems. So if using RVM, use the recently released 1.3.0 FFI gem which builds correctly on Rubinius.

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DanielVartanov commented Jan 14, 2013

That's great, thank you for informing.

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