On Wed, 24 Mar 2004 13:18:31 +0100, Anders Borch wrote:
> Tim Sutherland wrote:
[snip]
>> 
>> There are libraries which provide a bridge between Ruby and e.g. Java, .NET
>> and Python. For example, you can have Ruby call a Java method. If the Java
>> method is called `someJavaMethod' then you will want your Ruby code to say
>> `foo.someJavaMethod(123)`.
> 
> there's also a .NET bridge, the .net libraries capitalize their method 
> names... should we allow foo.SomeDotNetMethod(123)? this is not an 
> argument either way, just a question.

Interesting idea. That could be useful. Unfortunatly as Anders points out,
it doesn't work with .net.

Is this really the way people wants to interact with non-ruby packages ?

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Simon Strandgaard