On Thu, 07 Jun 2001  04:16:26 +0900, Mathieu Bouchard wrote:
[snip]
> The chief cause of problems is solutions.  Especially solutions to
> problems that don't exist in the first place. I haven't seen any good
> reasons to change the way things are right now.
[snip]
> [..] I don't see the point of changing scoping of any kind of blocks
> in Ruby, be that {...} blocks, if...then...end, blocks; and I don't see
> the point of adding a new kind of "more local" blocks. I think there are
> much better things to do.

For the record: these two paragraphs convey exactly how I feel about
this issue.

	Michel