Ara.T.Howard schrieb:

> so - how can 'Child < Parent #=> true' when they have no ancestors in 
> common?
> note that i think it __should__ be true - but shouldn't there be at 
> least one
> common ancestor then?  it seems like Parent's singleton class should 
> show up
> in Child.singleton_class.ancestors doesn't it?

Ancestors apparently ignores singleton ancestors -
so this seems kind of alright to me.

/Christoph