On 1/27/07, Neville F. email@example.com wrote:
If self isn’t specificed I’m unable to call the method. ex.
So in this particular case, ‘self’ here refers to the Module called
Mod1. Your code defines a method (a_method) on the module itself which
allows you to call it with the :: syntax.
The other method (b_method) is merely a method defined inside the
module. In this case the module is acting as a namespace. If you
‘include’ this module somewhere in your code you’ll be adding the
b_method to that place (scope?)
(disclaimer: I’m still learning ruby myself, so that may not be the
best answer ever, but it is how I understand it… And knowing these
guys these days I’ll be corrected if I’m wrong, mere moments from
Next. What does ‘/upload’ mean in:
class Upload < R ‘/upload’
This is from:
Right here you’re fishing in _why territory (specifically the camping
framework) where things are way over my head, someone else will have
to help you there.