Iphoto parsing

Following up on my earlier plist posting, I’ve just put together a
gem to read the iPhoto database:

http://www.narf-lib.org/2006/01/iphoto2.html

Cheers,

Patrick

Patrick M. [email protected] wrote:

http://www.narf-lib.org/2006/01/iphoto2.html

fine thanks !

i’ve done a script reading an entire AdressBook and converting it into
xml (following more or less draft-dawson-vcard-xml-dtd-01.dtd)

this makes use of RubyAEOSA, iconv and xml/smart.

how is difficult to make that a gem ?

I have some code that I’m thinking of releasing into the wild. It is
a single ‘module’ consisting of 4 classes. I was wondering what the
preferred method of grouping classes is. Should I wrap them in a
module or a class or …?

It very much depends on your code, but generally wrapping everything
into a
module is the prefered way, it keeps namespaces clean and allows for
easy
mixins… the pickaxe has a nice chapter about why to use modules, you
should
check it out :slight_smile:


Am Montag, 9. Januar 2006 19:08 schrieb Henry M.:

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