Hi,

In message "Re: Modules, identical methods and warnings"
    on Thu, 11 Aug 2005 03:07:07 +0900, Daniel Berger <Daniel.Berger / qwest.com> writes:

|Now consider:
|
|module Bar
|    def test; end
|end
|
|module Baz
|    def test; end
|end
|
|class Foo
|    include Bar
|    include Baz
|end
|
|Shouldn't -w emit a warning in this case?  If not, why not?  If so, how 
|difficult would it be to implement?  And would it have any annoying -w 
|side effects?

As Module#ancestors tell you, priority line is Foo - Baz - Bar, you
can/may chain test methods by using super, so that simple error
emission is not good, at least under the current behavior.

							matz.