On Tuesday 21 August 2001 16:01, you wrote:
> jweirich / one.net wrote:
> > There has been some talk about the "Ruby Way" of doing things,
> > but no one has been able to describe exactly what means when a piece
> > of Ruby code is written in the "Ruby Way".
>
> I thought part of the "Ruby Way" was test-first programming/design
> aided by a unit-testing framework like RUnit or Lapidary?  E.g.,
>
>   http://www.c2.com/cgi/wiki?CodeUnitTestFirst
I'd say that is extreme programming (XP) and can be applied to any language.

Armin
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