On 10-Mar-06, at 11:18 PM, mscode3 wrote:
I am looking for a Ruby interpreter that can be embedded in another
product, so that Ruby can be used as the customization or application
development language for that product. Ideally, this interpreter would
be OpenSource and not carry an anti-commercial license like GPL.
GPL isn’t anti-commercial, it just places limits on what you can
charge for GPL licensed code, and you must supply your source code.
(Probably impractical, but not anti-commercial.)
Is there such a beastie?
Maybe, but you can just rip out the regex code, and for example,
replace it with oniguruma and be happier than a pig in shit. To my
knowledge, that’s the only GPL’d code in the VM.
“If you round off the fractions, embedded systems consume 100% of the
worldwide production of microprocessors.” – Jim Turley