Hello,

In article <1018912246.993822.25667.nullmailer / picachu.netlab.jp>, Yukihiro Matsumoto wrote:
> In message "Re: RFC - class_added callback"
>     on 02/04/15, Michal Rokos <m.rokos / sh.cvut.cz> writes:
> 
>|	I will be a little rude and answer by question: "What for is
>|	"method added" and what for "inherited" callback?" The answer is
>|	the same as for "class_added" callback.
> 
> "method_added" is used for example by Ruby/Gtk to install gtk callback.
> "inherited" is used for example by singleton.rb to update "instance" method.
> Then, it's your turn. ;-)

	My turn, hmmm.

	The problem is that I cannot give where is "class_added" example
	used, because it's brand new... :-)

	But I can imagine that it can be handy for:
		- introspection
		- logger (to monitor what it happening)
		- the situation when the "inherited" callback cannot be
		  used - when people need to inform other
		  classes/modules (benefit of different "receiver" than
		  "inherited" has)

	Uff - this all is a little dumb examples, but hopefully somebody
	can think of a better example.

		Michal


PS: to all: HELP FOLKS! :-)

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