Hi,

In message "[ruby-talk:5373] Re: Allowing *ary's in the middle of a camma separated list"
    on 00/10/10, "Akinori MUSHA" <knu / idaemons.org> writes:

|>   system 'rcsdiff', *(options+["-r#{revold}", "-r#{revnew}", "#{root}/#{file},v"])
|
|Well, yes, that's supposed to work, but I simply do not feel it's as
|pretty as other parts of Ruby.  I mean, I just couldn't explain why
|"proc(a, b, *c)" is allowed and "proc(a, *b, c)" or "proc(a, *b, *c)"
|is not, considering Ruby's consistent nature.

It's consistent with the right hand side of assignment.  Well, let me
consider it for a while.

							matz.