Hello,

I was recently surprised to find that I can't do:

class Outer
	def method_missing(methID, *args, &block)
		p methID.id2name
	end
end

class Inner < Outer
	def foo
		super
	end
end

obj = Inner.new
obj.foo

It raises: "super: no superclass method `foo' (NameError)"

Is this behavior intentional?  Why should super() assume that we won't
catch the undefined method with method_missing?  If this isn't a bug, is
there another way to accomlish this same thing - namely, to have a
top-level class which filters all undefined methods and have subclasses
which sometimes overload those methods but still may need to pass the
method on to the superclass?

Thanks,
-Brad