On 12/9/06, George Ogata <george.ogata / gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Along a similar vein, ruby has the notion of the "current class".
> This is like self in that it is defined at any point in your code, but
> there's no short identifier for it.  In fact, I can't think of a
> (non-destructive, thread-safe) expression that will return it.  But
> this is the class that will gain a new method when you do "def foo".

.gsub(/class/, 'module')  # :p