Issue #9620 has been updated by Zachary Scott.


 I think because the proposed method is not for °»native°… speakers, its meant for third party individuals ;)
 
 It was meant as a joke
 
 On Mar 24, 2014, at 1:53 PM, duerst / it.aoyama.ac.jp wrote:
 
 > Issue #9620 has been updated by Martin Drst.
 > 
 > Status changed from Third Party's Issue to Rejected
 > 
 >> Status changed from Open to Third Party's Issue
 > 
 > This is a discussion about the name of Proc#curry, which is built in. I don't think "Third Party's Issue" is appropriate for this.
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 > Feature #9620: Rename "curry" to "schnfinkelize"
 > https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/9620#change-45913
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 > * Author: Boris Stitnicky
 > * Status: Rejected
 > * Priority: Normal
 > * Assignee: 
 > * Category: Joke
 > * Target version: 
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 > I have just been able to understand the difference between currying and partial application. With this newly acquired knowledge, I would like to canvass in favor of making the symbol `:curry` incorrectly mean partial application all over the core, while current (correct) `#curry` be (again correctly) renamed to `#schnfinkelize`. I think that this longish word withits nice umlaut captures well the contorted and unnatural nature of the operation in question. Should the umlaut be an obstacle to this proposal, `#scheinfinkelize` or (if we want to stick with food) `#aufschnittschneiden`, or simply `#aufschnitt` would do.
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Feature #9620: Rename "curry" to "schnfinkelize"
https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/9620#change-45923

* Author: Boris Stitnicky
* Status: Rejected
* Priority: Normal
* Assignee: 
* Category: Joke
* Target version: 
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I have just been able to understand the difference between currying and partial application. With this newly acquired knowledge, I would like to canvass in favor of making the symbol `:curry` incorrectly mean partial application all over the core, while current (correct) `#curry` be (again correctly) renamed to `#schnfinkelize`. I think that this longish word with its nice umlaut captures well the contorted and unnatural nature of the operation in question. Should the umlaut be an obstacle to this proposal, `#scheinfinkelize` or (if we want to stick with food) `#aufschnittschneiden`, or simply `#aufschnitt` would do.



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