Ruby Inline

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DESCRIPTION:

Inline allows you to write foreign code within your ruby code. It automatically determines if the code in question has changed and builds it only when necessary. The extensions are then automatically loaded into the class/module that defines it.

You can even write extra builders that will allow you to write inlined code in any language. Use Inline::C as a template and look at Module#inline for the required API.

PACKAGING:

To package your binaries into a gem, use hoe's INLINE and FORCE_PLATFORM env vars.

Example:

rake package INLINE=1

or:

rake package INLINE=1 FORCE_PLATFORM=mswin32

See hoe for more details.

FEATURES/PROBLEMS:

SYNOPSIS:

require "inline"
class MyTest
  inline do |builder|
    builder.c "
      long factorial(int max) {
        int i=max, result=1;
        while (i >= 2) { result *= i--; }
        return result;
      }"
  end
end
t = MyTest.new()
factorial_5 = t.factorial(5)

SYNOPSIS (C++):

require 'inline'
class MyTest
  inline(:C) do |builder|
    builder.include '<iostream>'
    builder.add_compile_flags '-x c++', '-lstdc++'
    builder.c '
      void hello(int i) {
        while (i-- > 0) {
          std::cout << "hello" << std::endl;
        }
      }'
  end
end
t = MyTest.new()
t.hello(3)

(PSEUDO)BENCHMARKS:

> make bench

Running native
Type = Native   , Iter = 1000000, T = 28.70058100 sec, 0.00002870 sec / iter
Running primer - preloads the compiler and stuff
With full builds
Type = Inline C , Iter = 1000000, T = 7.55118600 sec, 0.00000755 sec / iter
Type = InlineRaw, Iter = 1000000, T = 7.54488300 sec, 0.00000754 sec / iter
Type = Alias    , Iter = 1000000, T = 7.53243100 sec, 0.00000753 sec / iter
Without builds
Type = Inline C , Iter = 1000000, T = 7.59543300 sec, 0.00000760 sec / iter
Type = InlineRaw, Iter = 1000000, T = 7.54097200 sec, 0.00000754 sec / iter
Type = Alias    , Iter = 1000000, T = 7.53654000 sec, 0.00000754 sec / iter

PROFILING STRATEGY:

0) Always keep a log of your progress and changes. 1) Run code with 'time' and large dataset. 2) Run code with '-rprofile' and smaller dataset, large enough to get good s. 3) Examine profile output and translate 1 bottleneck to C. 4) Run new code with 'time' and large dataset. Repeat 2-3 if unsatisfied. 5) Run final code with 'time' and compare to the first run.

REQUIREMENTS:

INSTALL:

LICENSE:

(The MIT License)

Copyright © Ryan Davis, seattle.rb

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