Howdy!

I'm inheriting from BasicObject (ruby 1.9), but in my case
I'd like it to be slightly less basic.

Currently I'm importing methods like:

  def lambda(*args, &block)
    Kernel.lambda(*args, &block)
  end

  def raise(*args)
    Kernel.raise(*args)
  end  

  def throw(*args)
    Kernel.throw(*args)
  end

But I'm guessing there's probably a way I could do more 
of a selective 'include' and import these methods more
directly, rather than wrapping them like this?

(I looked at the source for rb_include_module and
include_class_new, but it didn't seem to involve any
loops that operated on a method-by-method basis.)


Thanks for any help,

Bill