I'm having a really tough time with Ruby's scope (modules, include, etc.). I had a file, in short: module M class C end end # Unit Tests include M class TestM def setup; C.blah; end end Works great. *However*, if I wrap the unit tests in their own module, then ruby can no longer find class C. Why? Didn't I include module M? I'm really confused here. If you want the full source, I can post it. Thanks PS If you could also direct me to a good link explaining this stuff, I'd really appreciate it. I have to say that I don't know Ruby's exact definition of a module. I know it is a namespace, but it seems to be more than that (as evidenced by the fact that it has methods, and can be mixedin, and the like).
on 2005-12-21 06:13