A = 1

	class Foo
	end

	Foo.const_get(:A) # => returns A
	Foo::A  # => same as above, but also shows a warning:
			#    "toplevel constant A referenced by Foo::A"

That makes perfectly sense to me. However, if Foo is a module:

	A = 1

	module Foo
	end

	Foo.const_get(:A) # => returns A
	Foo::A  # => raises NameError: uninitialized constant Foo::A

The behaviour of Foo::A makes sense (since Foo.ancestors doesn't
include Object),
but why should Foo.const_get(:A) work?

// Magnus Holm