Apologies if this is covered somewhere… all the googling I’ve done on
the subject has wound up with info on class-factories and and using
variables in methods. Not exactly what I’m looking for.
The question I’ve got is related to manufacturing methods. In my
particular case, I’m using a module that relies heavily on callback
methods. I need to define a couple dozen callbacks which I’d like to
all behave in basically the same way. In order to keep my code simple,
I thought I’d try manufacturing them all from the same basic code… but
haven’t found a syntax that works.
Though this syntax clearly doesn’t work, an example of the sort of thing
I’m looking for might look like this, assuming I want to create the
methods “on_foo”, “on_bar”, and “on_baz”:
%w( foo bar baz ).each do |callback|
# callback work here
Is what I’m attempting to do even possible?