>>>>> "a" ==   <ale / crimson.propagation.net> writes:

a>     ...
a>     override_class:
a>       if (!super) super = rb_cObject;
a>       klass = rb_define_class_id(node->nd_cname, super);
a>       rb_const_set(ruby_class, node->nd_cname, klass);
a>       ...

 You have removed the only line interesting :-)

 /* here it define __classid__ with the ID (node->nd_cname)
    this give a relative path, which is stored in __classpath__,
    when it want to display it */

	klass = rb_define_class_id(node->nd_cname, super);
	rb_const_set(ruby_class, node->nd_cname, klass);

 /* here it compute the absolute path with ruby_class (current class) and 
    the name of the class, and store it in __classpath__ */

	rb_set_class_path(klass,ruby_class,rb_id2name(node->nd_cname));


Guy Decoux