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mjmoriarity
mjmoriarity
This is possible in many message-passing languages, including Objective-C. I once took advantage of this to bridge Mocha BDD-style tests from Node into XCTest for reporting (by defining test methods with long names with spaces). RUBY, PLEASE. pic.twitter.com/V1g0QKSPOy— friendly neighbo... mattmoriarity.com
pyrmont
pyrmont

@mjmoriarity Yeah, I confess I don't see why this is a bad thing. Seems like a useful tool to have in the tool belt.

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mjmoriarity
mjmoriarity

@pyrmont I don’t think it is a bad thing. It is definitely...surprising. But I agree with you.

pyrmont
pyrmont

@mjmoriarity I also feel like if you're using #define_method and #send in Ruby, you know enough to know what you're doing.