hey. I need to generate and send emails with Unicode in the subject field. Any one could recommend a module by any chance? I have zero experience with ruby and emails... Ideally it wouldn't need an SMTP server and could just spawn off sendmail(1).
jhass: alright. I haven't found how yet, but I'll keep looking. probably just need to word-encode manually the header when needed...
dsimon: oh yeah.. in this specific case the server already seems to have a good reputation and has been sending emails directly for years now. people can still setup a relaying local MTA if they want though. I just hate adding extra, mandatory configurations to things...
jhass: huh, you're right. it all just works. I messed up my testing. :/
hey. is there any way to call a method found by starting at a certain point in the ancestor chain? specifically, calling a method from the same module as the one of the current method being invoked.
Ox0dea: ok. I just found info on "calling a super-super-method": self.class.superclass.superclass.instance_method(:method).bind(self).call
Ox0dea: what I'm trying to do is a method that "translates" unhandled behavior by calling other methods, but it should skip the modules that handled it, and jump to the fallback methods starting from the current module only. there's a lot of "super" going on.