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skimr: Confusing error message when using an improperly named block #5
Trying to use the new skimr rewrite, and I tried use one of the old scrubyt examples, not knowing that things aren't the same way anymore. Spent a long time debugging, just to find out that the nil object error was insignificant, and that I was passing a block to a nonexistent function. The traceback and error did not show the name of the function I was calling
The following code generated the following traceback:
@extractor = Scrubyt::Extractor.new do
NoMethodError: You have a nil object when you didn't expect it!