I am DRYing up some code. Earlier I was creating modules and calling a
method in the module.
I am trying to avoid that so merely requiring the file, should execute
the code within the module -- at the instance level. However, what I
find is that the code is executed at the module level. IS there any way
i can achieve this.

e.g.

module Bindings

   bind_key(KEY_UP, :prev_row)
   # more follow

end
include Bindings

Other file:


class Foo

 def map_keys
   require 'myproj/bindings'
   # other bindings
   bind_key(KEY_DEL, :delete)

 end

 def bind_key *args
 end
end

Now, when I run this, I wish bind_key in Bindings to work at the
instance level of a Foo object.

Is this possible, or do I have to call a method from Foo ?
thx, rkumar

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