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Brian,

On Monday 21 June 2010, Brian Candler <b.candler / pobox.com> wrote:
> > - ---%<---
> > namespace A
> 
> you mean 'module A' ?

Err, yes, sorry. Freudian slip. :-)

> > Besindes, of course, the naming (A::B vs C)?
> 
> That's the main difference. Constant lookups are modified, e.g.
> referring to 'D' inside B will look for A::B::D, A::D or ::D in that
> order (I believe)

Thank you for your answer! That clarifies a lot.

Modules are used for mixins. Is it possible -- and does it make sense at all 
- -- to mixin a class into another class? I guess not?

TIA,
			Eric
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