Hello !

	First, I want to excuse - because this may be not a bug in ruby, but a bug
in my DNA ;)
	I tried following on: 1.6.2/i686-linux, 1.6.2 stable-snapshot/i686-linux,
1.7.0/i686-linux, 1.6.2/i586-win32, 1.7.0/i586-cygwin, 1.7.0/i586-mswin32.

	When $= is set to true (case-insensitive), hash access is ... errrm ...
invalid for textual keys at least. It precisely lists the hash ('print
hash.inspect' prints hash with keys/values), but accessing to hash using one
of the keys (even value, recieved from each iterator: 'hash.each {|k, v|
print hash[k]}, produces nil.

	Maybe it is the intended behaviour ... but it is at least breaking the
logic ... and I love ruby for logic.

<code>
#!/usr/local/bin/ruby

class StoredMethod
    attr_accessor :name, :desc
    def initialize (name, desc)
        @name, @desc = name, desc
    end
end

class StoredClass
    attr_accessor :name, :members, :desc
    def initialize (name, desc)
        @name, @members, @desc = name, {}, desc
    end
end

$classes = {}
$classes['TestClass'] = StoredClass.new 'TestClass', 'TestClass description'
$classes['TestClass'].members['TestMember']={'name' => 'TestMember', 'desc'
=> 'TestMember description' }

saved = $=
# comment next line to get valid results
$= = true
$classes.each_value {|cl|
    cl.members.each_value {|c|
        p c
        p c['name']
    }
}
$= = saved
</code>

Aristarkh A Zagorodnikov, Lead Programmer, W3D Group
http://www.w3d.ru /// xm / w3d.ru /// ICQ UIN 36987938