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How about "included" instead of "instantiated"?

On 5/23/06, Yukihiro Matsumoto <matz / ruby-lang.org> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> In message "Re: [OT] Re: initializing instance variables in a module"
>
> |the other day i realized that one could detect class creation using
> |
> |   class Class
> |     def inherited
> |       ...
> |     end
> |   end
> |
> |but that no such hook existed for class Module.  could one be added such
> as
> |
> |   class Module
> |     def instantiated
> |       ...
> |     end
> |   end
> |
> |to hook into rb_define_module/rb_define_module_under?
>
> I am not sure what situation that kind of method is useful.  But in
> any case I don't feel the word "instantiated" is the right word for
> the method.  Note that I am not opposing the method itself.
>
>                                                         matz.
>
>

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