> Try this instead:
> 
>> class TestM
>>   include M
>>   def setup; C.blah; end
>> end

I see.

So, that's the equivalent of:

class TestM
  class C; ... ; end
  def setup; C.blah ; end
end

What exactly does it mean to nest a class?
I know that you cannot define a class within a method (not sure why)?

Also, is require the same thing as "copy and paste dynamically", or does 
it drop down to the global namespace, or do something else?

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