Hi,

In message "Re: class_extension"
    on Fri, 23 Mar 2007 18:03:47 +0900, TRANS <transfire / gmail.com> writes:

|A number of people I've talked don't care for the notation of
|class_extension. I think they have a problem with the name and/or the
|use of a block. It doesn't look like idiomatic Ruby. So I was thinking
|that perhaps a better notation would be:
|
|  module Foo
|
|    class << extension
|      ...
|    end
|
|  end
|
|Where #extension is a Module method. This looks a good bit more
|Rubyesque than the class_extension method.

I am not sure what class_extension or extension does.  Do they return
class/module themselves?

							matz.