(sorry for my poor English)
Hello,
i can make classes at runtime in Python, just like this:

class test: pass
class myclass:
	def make(self, inherit):
		class temp(inherit): pass
		return temp()

instance = myclass().make(test)

instance is now a class which inherits test... this is a really simple 
example but i need to know because i can't do this in ruby.
So, is python more dynamic with objects? Isn't ruby good for this kind 
of meta programming?