Hi,

In message "Re: questions... about Proc,lambda,block"
    on 04/03/04, Dave Thomas <dave / pragprog.com> writes:

|I'm not sure I understand the orphaning rules. For example, in
|
|def m1(&b)
|   puts "m1"
|   yield
|end
|
|def m2(&b)
|   puts "m2"
|   b.call
|end
|
|m1 { break }
|m2 { break }
|
|The two blocks appear to have the same relationship to their point of 
|invocation (that is, both are attached to the method from with they are 
|called), and yet the first break terminates m1 (which I expected) but 
|the second break causes a LocalJumpError (which I didn't).

m2 should not raise the LocalJumpError.  Now it is clear that I need
to apply the fix to 1.8.  Sorry for confusion.

							matz.