Daniel Schierbeck wrote:
> Trans wrote:
> > On the other hand, I'm glad you bring this up. Are you actively using
> > this call? As you hopefully noticed from the docs, this variation of
> > Hash#each comes with a WARNING:
> >
> >   # WARNING! Use with caution. Methods from other libraries
> >   # may depend on the old behavior, expecting a two element
> >   # array to be passed into a single block argument.
> >
> > I'm "abstractly" of the opinion that this alternate definition makes
> > more sense, nonetheless it may just be TOO danagerous for practicel use
> > b/c of the compatability issue. Would others concur? Or is it safe to
> > use in limited circumstance as I have been assuming?
>
> No, I'm not using it, I'm just reading through some of the Facets source
> code :)
>
> As Ara pointed out, this may not even work as expected, so perhaps it
> would be better to remove it all together.
>
>
> P.S. I've made a few suggestions on the Facets wiki

Thanks I'll have a look!

T.

P.S. Sorry for all my typos --I'm so bad about that. I really need to
learn to slow down and review more.