Thoughts on this:
module Foo def self.append_features(base) base.extend self end def foo # ... end end
I have done the above at times, as opposed to the alternative:
module Foo def self.append_features(base) base.extend ClassMethods end module ClassMethods def foo # ... end end end
b/c I never liked having this non-descript module about --it feels
The downside of the former approach is that there is no way to ever
actually include the module’s methods, but for the purposes of the
program that’s almost certainly a YAGNI.
Any other downsides?