> From: Sean O'Dell [mailto:sean / celsoft.com]

> A class is pretty much just a container of methods, so all you're really
> doing is changing all of the object's instance methods.  But the
> initialize
> method doesn't matter because the object already exists and
> doesn't need to
> be called again.
>
I think Class and Modules in Ruby differ here. Modules are just set of
methods but class is not. So, all that we will like to achieve by #class= ,
we should get it by including/excluding Modules.