This Week on Github: Stupid Ruby Tricks
Jul 16, 2009, 19:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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irb(main):014:0> "Jeremy" <+ "McAnally"
"Such a wild hack probably shouldn’t ever be used in
production code (with the exception of some sort of exotic,
domain-specific language or something), but nonetheless it’s
really interesting. Check out the code at the repository or simply
execute gem install superators to get started.
"Heresy! ‘Tis unholy!
"The fine gentleman known as why the lucky stiff is a bit of a
fixture in the Ruby community. All his code (located at
http://github.com/why) is something of a testament to good and
proper Ruby style, but a little library named unholy
(http://github.com/why/unholy) is by far the, ahem, most
blasphemous hack he’s released. unholy lets you compile Ruby
code into Python bytecode (then back into actual Python code using