Hi,

In message "Re: before, after and around Ruby 1.9"
    on Thu, 6 Sep 2007 10:32:03 +0900, Joel VanderWerf <vjoel / path.berkeley.edu> writes:

|What if you want to reopen _without_ the "around" semantics?

I thought we need to remove the previous one first.

|Could we have these two variations:
|
|class Foo < Foo       # <-- This is a type error in 1.8
|   def foo; super; end # AROUND
|end
|
|class Foo
|   def foo; super; end # REDEFINE
|end
|
|At least that is a conservative extension.

Or maybe providing two supers, one for the current behavior, the other
for the new.  I don't whatever name is suitable for new super yet,
however.

							matz.