In article <tnTQ6.17$D96.1370 / typhoon.aracnet.com>,
Phil Tomson <ptkwt / shell1.aracnet.com> wrote:
>
>modules are used to create new namespaces in Ruby.

Got it.  Is there any shorthand possible for denoting several
levels of namespace hierarchy at once?  I.e. instead of 

module Foo
  module Bar
    module Baz
      module Quux
	.... code ....
      end
    end
  end
end

it would be nice instead to be able to type

module Foo::Bar::Baz::Quuz
  .... code ....
end

as I could do with packages in Perl.

I tried to figure out some way to simulate this syntax in Ruby, but it
didn't seem to work for me.

--Mirian