Hi,

In message "Mixin Module, Possible Bug?"
    on 03/12/17, "T. Onoma" <transami / runbox.com> writes:

|This produces:
|
|  1. WC == WC
|  2. WAC == WC
|  3. WAC == WAC
|
|Number #2 should produce WAC, given the dynamic behavior of Ruby, and just as 
|the PickAxe describes, there is but one Module W. So how is it that c1 does 
|NOT RESPOND to the inclusion of A, although the new c2 does?

This is part of weakness of Ruby's module system.

Including module into another module does not affect already created
instance/class/module.

							matz.