On Tue, 2003-04-08 at 13:36, Bill Kelly wrote:
> 
> From: "Travis Whitton" <whitton / atlantic.net>
> >
> > I've looked in the RubyStyleGuide on the Wiki, and I don't see this addressed.
> > When initializing variables in classes, is it more common to line up `=' or
> > just leave them alone?
> 
> I personally enjoy:
> 
> class SomePerson
>   def initialize(name, age, birthdate)
>     @name, @age, @birthdate = name, age, birthdate
>   end
> end

Which is fine until you need to remove @age. Instead of ^kk (emacs) or
dd (vi), you have to get in there and dig it out. The same applies for
renaming the variable.

'course opinions are...

Regards,
  JJ