On Jan 20, 2006, at 2:05 PM, Tom Allison wrote:

> I don't think ruby -w quite does what perls 'use strict' pragma will
> allow.

That's correct, -w is similar to Perl's warnings.

> Under strict every variable must be identified, if not vartyped.
> my $foo;
>
> This prevents me from doing something like:
>
> my $super_ids;
> ...
> print $super_id,"\n";
> (note the typo)

Ruby requires we declare a local variable before we use it, so you  
are all set.  ;)

James Edward Gray II