[Ironruby-core] Couple of Questions

Tomas Restrepo tomas at winterdom.com
Mon Feb 25 12:14:42 EST 2008


Hi John,

>  So the first time through, the site will examine the method parameters, perform the dynamic lookup, and cache the result of that dynamic lookup in the site (in addition to invoking the target).

Thanks, that was exactly the answer I was hoping for :)

>  Singleton classes in Ruby are classes that have exactly one instance. They are constructed on the fly from an instance. eg

Ahh thanks, that clarifies it!


>  > - What's the relationship between what goes around a RubyClass for a
>  > given type (in the case of .net objects) and the whole InstanceData
>  > business?
>
>  Not sure about this question ... can you clarify?

I was referring to RubyExecutionContext.GetInstanceData() and friends....
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