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On 1/5/07, Trans <transfire / gmail.com> wrote:
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>
> Joel VanderWerf wrote:
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> > My intuition is to make pervasive method calls a bit awkward and poorly
> > syntactically supported, to discourage use outside of metaprogramming
> > and hacking. You don't want ruby programmers to start using them by
> > default instead of #class, #send, etc.
>
> I'm a meta-programmer. Why does everyone keep trying to make my life
> harder? ;-)
>
> T.
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>
> I guess meta-programming shall be harder until to the point where you
insert

require 'metakit'

into your programming, what about that idea?

Robert


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