Sean Chittenden <sean / chittenden.org> writes:

> Try this on for size.  Things used to be this way:
>
> i=(f.b=(42))
>
> But now they're like this:
>
> f.b=(42) && i=(42)
>
> Which is a fundamental shift away from operators as methods and why
> I'm kinda up in arms about this philosophical change.  In an OO
> world, I expect i=(f.b=(42)).

Unlike some OO languages, not everything in Ruby is a method call.
I'm not sure this is a huge philosophical change for Ruby.

-- 
matt