Hi,

At Fri, 5 Mar 2004 10:14:41 +0900,
Daniel Berger wrote in [ruby-talk:94282]:
> It appears that the forwardable module raises a couple of warnings
> that concern me that did not appear in 1.6.8:
> 
> (__FORWARDABLE__):1: warning: redefining `__send__' may cause serious
> problem
> (__FORWARDABLE__):1: warning: redefining `__id__' may cause serious
> problem
> 
> Do I need to be worried?  Does forwardable need a patch?  Or is there
> another module I should be using instead?  I know I don't want to have
> to see these warnings every time I use this module.  Please advise.

I guess those methods should be skipped, perhaps in
def_delegators, and also, kind_of?(Integer) hacks are no longer
needed anymore.

-- 
Nobu Nakada