* Brett H. Williams <brett_williams / agilent.com> [Oct, 10 2003 23:00]:
> Here is the first problem that we found:
>
>   def somemethod(something)
>     return Array.new() unless @var.class == Array
>     end
Aw great.  Oh well, I guess I'll have to start debugging from the start
again.  Thanks for finding this.
>
> The use of the .class method confuses the syntax.  If you use the
> deprecated type() method, this problem goes away.
OK.  Yeah, you're probably correct.  I'll have to look at how to solve
this.
>
> If I notice anything else I'll be sure to provide feedback.  If I can get
> to the point where a gg=G can be relied on as I used to rely on Emacs, I'll
> be extremely happy indeed.
I hope it will too ;-).  It does for the 1.6.8 version of tk.rb anyway.
That's a 3500 line file or similar and it indents it flawlessly and in
under 10 seconds on my computer,
	nikolai

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