Hi,

In message "Re: ruby-dev summary 17252-17356"
    on 02/06/11, Dave Thomas <Dave / PragmaticProgrammer.com> writes:

|I'm not sure I understand why we'd want to change the '|...|' to
|"<...>". If we don't need to use '<...>' for lexical reasons, wouldn't
|it be better to use '|...|'? That way we'd leave the '<..>' option
|free for use for some other purpose in future.

No, the idea was *not* changing, but providing both. '|...|' is for the
current block parameters, which is processed by multiple assignment.
And '<...>' is for function-like parameters, which is processed just
like method arguments.

							matz.