Well, I don't really know, but probably if it is not done the (only) right
way, it will not even compile anyway :), so there is no need to maintain
the database.

As an example, when we need an IF clause, there is really one way to do
it in Python:

    if condition:
        statement

In Ruby, we can have

    if condition
        statement
    end

    unless ! condition
        statement
    end

    unless not condition
        statement
    end

    statement if condition

etc.  So, I guess in some sense, Ruby still has the Perl's "there is more
than one way to do it" influence.

Regards,

Bill
============================================================================
 JamesBritt <james / jamesbritt.com> wrote:
> Still, that would make debugging easier: Just maintain a database of all
> code done the Right Way, and if your code doesn't match The One Way To Do
> It, then it's wrong.

> :)


> James