Hi,

In message "Re: Can't define +@ for Symbol (plus ruby install problem)"
    on 03/12/13, "T. Onoma" <transami / runbox.com> writes:

|I'm putting together a small type library (maybe called lightype, not sure 
|yet), it includes implementation of interface contracts, Euphoria like type 
|system, and attribute casting. For the last, I have made a simpler way to 
|define attibutes like this:
|
|  attribute :a, +:r, -:w
|
|This makes three attributes, :a is an accessor, :r is a reader, :w is a 
|writer.

Hmm, I like

  attribute "a", "+r", "-w"

much better than "enhancing" standard class.  I need to think about
identity operator anyway, though.

							matz.