I have the following code: class ReturnSelfAfter def initialize(context) @context = context end def method_missing(sym,*args,&block) @context.send sym, *args, &block @context end end class Object def return_self_after ReturnSelfAfter.new(self) end end While it works fine proxying most of methods (not inclusive standard ones, of course), it seems to fail on setters: class C ; attr_accessor :abc ; end >> C.new.return_self_after.abc = 1 => 1 While #abc returns C class instance, of course: >> C.new.return_self_after.abc => #<C:0x705014> So, is it a bug or a feature? Or am I just missing something? (ruby 1.8.4 (2005-12-24) [i686-darwin8.7.1]) Thank you in advance
on 2006-12-29 13:15
on 2006-12-29 14:15
On Fri, 29 Dec 2006 11:12:54 -0000, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > @context > While it works fine proxying most of methods (not inclusive standard > => #<C:0x705014> > > So, is it a bug or a feature? Or am I just missing something? > It's a feature - assignment in ruby always returns the assigned value, no matter what you try to return from the method. I guess it's a question of consistency.