Hi,

In message "Re: What's so special about operators, built-in classes and modules?"
    on Thu, 28 Jul 2005 09:42:54 +0900, Daniel Brockman <daniel / brockman.se> writes:

|> you don't have a network of mixins, just a tree
|
|This is just plain wrong.  Mixin inheritance networks can
|come in the shape of any directed acyclic graph.

If you treat classes and modules equally as graph nodes.  But if you
focus on classes, they form a simple tree, with leaves (modules)
attached to them.  Besides that, there's no diamond inheritance in
Mixin inheritance.

							matz.