In a controller run through webrick I do this: @entity = Entity.new print @entity.methods.sort.to_yaml and I see this: - logger - mark_for_destruction - marked_for_destruction? - metaclass - method - method_missing - methods - new_record? There is no method_exists? method. If I instead do this in a console session, I see this: $ script/console >> >> @entity = Entity.new => ... >> print @entity.methods.sort.to_yaml ... - logger - mark_for_destruction - marked_for_destruction? - metaclass - method - method_exists? - method_missing - methods - mocha - mocha_inspect - new_record? ... However, if I remove the mocha gem (0.9.5) then method_exists? disappears from Entities created in the console as well. So, what gives?
on 2009-04-09 19:16
on 2009-04-09 20:42
James Byrne wrote: > So, what gives? Turns out I should be using #respond-_to? instead. Method_missing? is part of mocha.