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authorYusuke Endoh <mame@ruby-lang.org>2021-06-18 17:32:47 +0900
committerYusuke Endoh <mame@ruby-lang.org>2021-06-29 15:49:51 +0900
commit612b6fcd371adc199fb4503941edfdbbac704ef4 (patch)
tree923e8930d2f25a1423327aaeba1491ecba7afbf5 /ext/-test-
parent4670458af890e9430395c7f56cb23437932f7f52 (diff)
Let Correctable#original_message skip prepended method definitions
Previously, DidYouMean::Correctable#original_message did `method(:to_s).super_method.call` to call the original to_s method by skipping Correctable#to_s. I'm now creating a gem that prepends another to_s method to NameError, which confuses the hack. An immediate solution is to replace it with `method(:to_s).super_method.super_method.call` to skip the two methods. But it is too ad-hoc. This changeset uses more extensible approach and allow a prepended module to declare that they should be skipped by defining a constant named `SKIP_TO_S_FOR_SUPER_LOOKUP`. https://github.com/ruby/did_you_mean/commit/8352c154e3
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