strange behavior of show in applic

it's a bit late and i'm not sure, i analyzed your code to it's full
extend, but this function

def ploeg
@@ploegen = :ploeg
end

looks a bit weird to me, because:
- you assign a symbol to a class attribute
- and hand this back

so the effect is like:
def ploeg
  "ploeg"
end

- and it's within all those class level funcs the only object lvl
- and it overwrites the ploeg accessor

Thorsten,
you did point out the right place however changing it here did not solve
a thing I tried @ploeg instead of :ploeg and 'ploeg'
but no change here do you have a sugestion to replace this?

thanks
paul

Thorsten Mueller wrote:> it's a bit late and i'm not sure, i analyzed
your code to it's full > extend, but this function> > def ploeg>
@@ploegen = :ploeg> end> > looks a bit weird to me, because:> - you
assign a symbol to a class attribute> - and hand this back> > so the
effect is like:> def ploeg> "ploeg"> end> > - and it's within all
those class level funcs the only object lvl> - and it overwrites the
ploeg accessor