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More arg-handling improvements for Enumerables #928

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@dmarcotte dmarcotte commented Jul 30, 2013

Here's the first follow-up (of probably a few) to #898, getting things even closer to full compatibility for Enumerable.

This makes Enumerable#all, #none, #one, and #find_index behave to
spec in the case of #each yielding multiple values (also untags #zip_tags since it's passing).

Note that this fix smells a touch too localized at the moment (what's so special about CallBlock's yield that we prep the args there? Isn't it likely that there's other places that need the same treatment?), but as I fix the rest of the Enumerable arg issues, I'm hoping that a good, holistic approach will reveal itself.

(Side note: I see Travis is red at the moment, but you can see a clean run on this branch here)

Make Enumerable#all, #none, #one, and #find_index behave to spec in the
case of #each yielding multiple values (also remove zip_tags.txt while
we're in there since it's passing)
enebo added a commit that referenced this pull request Aug 28, 2013
More arg-handling improvements for Enumerables
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@dmarcotte dmarcotte commented Oct 21, 2013

@enebo: fyi I just sent #1143 addressing the "too localized" concern here.

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