Charles E. Thornton wrote:

> Several Different references to 'noex'
> rb_add_method(klass, name, NEW_CFUNC(func,argc), NOEX_PUBLIC);
> (noex == NOEX_PUBLIC)
> noex = NOEX_PRIVATE | noex;
> NOEX_WITH_SAFE(noex)

NOEX_PUBLIC seems to be the flag for saying that a method is public,
just as NOEX_PRIVATE and NOEX_PROTECTED say that it is private and
protected.  But that seems obvious, so perhaps I don't understand your
question (or I don't understand the flag correctly ;-).

        nikolai

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