I would like to know if there is in ruby an equivalent to the c++ instruction "using namespace" (in order not to have to prefix things by there namespace when needed).
on 2006-03-19 16:28
on 2006-03-19 17:59
On Mar 19, 2006, at 8:28 AM, killy-kun wrote: > I would like to know if there is in ruby an equivalent to the c++ > instruction "using namespace" (in order not to have to prefix > things by there namespace when needed). Well, if we are talking about a module, you might be able to include it: >> module Namespace >> extend self >> def some_method >> puts "Hello!" >> end >> end => nil >> Namespace::some_method Hello! => nil >> include Namespace => Object >> some_method Hello! => nil Hope that helps. James Edward G. II
on 2006-03-19 20:03
James Edward G. II wrote: > >> extend self > >> some_method > Hello! > => nil > > Hope that helps. > > James Edward G. II Thank you very much !! That's exactely what I was looking for. (I was using the "require" instruction, and I thought the "include" instruction was quite similar, that is why I didn't try it...)