Which brings to mind the question -- which of the applications on RAA are examples of exceptionally well written code?  I'm still
learning Ruby. I find that if I just write programs, I write idiomatic C programs in Ruby. I'm looking for recommendations on well
written applications/frameworks/libraries that are an educational and interesting demonstration of superb Ruby code.

TIA


Kevin Kleinfelter

-----Original Message-----
From: Tim Hunter [mailto:cyclists / nc.rr.com] 
Sent: Saturday, January 15, 2005 1:01 PM
To: ruby-talk ML
Subject: Re: why dosn't ruby support // to comment?

[SNIP]

But, hey, now I'm sounding like a dour old pedant. Good Ruby code is a
pleasure to read, especially when I run across an idiom so clear and
powerful that it makes me want to start coding just so I can copy it.