trans. (T. Onoma) ha scritto:

> On Tuesday 19 October 2004 03:19 pm, Florian Gross wrote:
> | gabriele renzi wrote:
> | > Mauricio Fernández ha scritto:
> | >> Look carefully at the example:
> | >>
> | >>     #   # This creates a Regexp which will match 3 "foo"s.
> | >>     #   re = Regexp::English.literal("foo" * 3)
> | >>     #   re.match("foofoofoo")[0] # => "foofoofoo"
> | >
> | > sidenote: I'd prefer to see this done like:
> | > # This creates a Regexp which will match 3 "foo"s.
> | > # irbprompt>somecode
> | > # =>someresult
> | > # irbprompt>somemore
> | > # =>someother
> |
> | I think the latter is harder to read, because there is more clutter,
> | though in theory that style could also be supported by test-extract.
> |
> | Maybe I can add it later if there is enough demand for it.
> 
> Actually goes with your '# outputs ...' notation if you use '# => ...' 
> instead. 
> 
>   # This creates a Regexp which will match 3 "foo"s.
>   # irbprompt>somecode # =>someresult
>   # irbprompt>somemore # =>someother
> 
> And I see no good reason to keep the irb prompt so...
> 
>   # This creates a Regexp which will match 3 "foo"s.
>   # somecode # =>someresult
>   # somemore # =>someother
> 
> Fairly simple transformation from irb.
> 
yes, but that way how would you distinguish code from text... mh.. maybe 
considering just lines with #=> ..