zdennis wrote:
> If you want you can extend ruby to do what *you* want. Ruby gives you
> this flexibility...
> 
> class Class
>    def attr_class_accessor arg
>      instance_eval "class << self ; attr_accessor :#{arg} ; end"
>    end
> end
> 
> class A
>   attr_class_accessor :b
> end

Yes, but... that still means that someone has to think about more 
implementation details than should (in my opinion) be necessary :-) You 
know what I mean?

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