Hi,

At Wed, 2 Nov 2005 22:02:05 +0900,
Christophe Grandsire wrote in [ruby-talk:163734]:
> I'd think spaces should be disallowed around the '@' in that case, but it's just
> an aesthetic opinion.

Not just aesthets.  The difference has a big impact to its
implementation.

> Also, how one would access the "namespaced" method using something like send,
> without using "using" first? I mean, "send(jcode$:chop)" just looks wrong, and
> "send(:jcode$chop)" doesn't look right either. Using my syntax,
> "send(:chop@jcode)" is a bit nicer (at least ":chop" stays together without
> clashes of symbols), but I'm still not sure I like it myself. Maybe a "send"
> with an optional second parameter for the namespace...

I thought only second, :jcode$chop.  That is, it is just an name.

> By the way, are namespaces in their own namespace? (pardon the repetition)

I don't think they can be nested.

-- 
Nobu Nakada