Hi,

In message "[ruby-talk:15466] Re: more reflection"
    on 01/05/21, Mathieu Bouchard <matju / sympatico.ca> writes:

|> Oops...  singleton_methods do the job for most of the cases,
|> unless you really want to know existance of empty singleton
|> class, which usually can be ignored.
|
|Such "empty" singleton classes could be ignored if it weren't for
|foo.extend Bar, or class<<foo; include Bar; end, isn't it?

Yes.  This might be a misfeature.  Methods in Bar can be considered as
singleton methods.  Should they?

							matz.