Marc Heiler wrote in post #1059352:
> Actually he has one point.
>
> If the internationalization was really needed then the first character
> should be not limited to an ASCII-check alone.
>
> But then again, I dont use UTF myself so I dont care about class
> INSERT_FUNNY_RUSSIAN_CHARACTERS_HERE.
>
> And, I have to say, Vladimir sounds a lot like a troll. Like Ilias.
>
> I mean really, to use XML and then whine about limitations of ruby?
>
> I doubt he even uses python lol.


And class like this was impossible, too.

# encoding: utf8
class ber_Alles

Is this FUNNY_RUSSIAN_CHARACTERS ???
I hope that you will think again about Vladimir(圾抖忘忱我技我把) requirement!

There was more languages with non-ascii characters!


妤抉戒忱把忘志 扼志我技忘!
Regards to all :)