I have a wee problem inheriting from TCPServer

This...
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class Foofy
  def initialize(x,y)
  end
end

Foofy.new
==============
produces....
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InstallerServer.rb:6:in `initialize': wrong # of arguments(0 for 2)
(ArgumentError)
	from InstallerServer.rb:6:in `new'
	from InstallerServer.rb:6
==========================
No problem.

And this
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class Foofy
  def initialize(x,y)
  end
end

class Fifi < Foofy
  def initialize
    super( 1, 2)
  end
end

Fifi.new
===========================
Compiles and runs no problem.


But this....
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require 'socket'


class Fifi < TCPServer
  def initialize
    super( 'localhost', 9020)
  end
end

Fifi.new
==========================
produces....
==========================
ruby InstallerServer.rb
InstallerServer.rb:10:in `new': wrong # of arguments (0 for 1) (ArgumentError)
from InstallerServer.rb:10
===========================

Why?

Problem occurs in ruby-1.6.5 and 1.6.6



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