On Thu, Jan 23, 2003 at 01:47:26AM +0900, Gavin Sinclair wrote:
> >    class A
> >       extend M
> >    end
> 
> 
> Is
> 
>   A.extend M
> 
> a shortcut for this?  Practically it seems to be, and theoretically it
> should be, since "class A" sets "self" to "A".
> 
> So is there a shortcut for
> 
>   class A
>     include M
>   end
> 
> ?
> 
> The logic above appears to apply, but
> 
>   A.include M
> 
> fails because "private method `include' called for A:Class".

You do probably already know it, but for the record, we have
	Object#extend (public)
	Module#include (private)

The question is why are Module#include and Module#append_features
private?
 
> 
> Just wondering if I've got everything right, and if there's anything
> else to learn about it.
> 
> Gavin
> 

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