Module loading issue

Trying to keep things organized I created a directory under app called
modules. In my env file I did what I did for my other directories:

config.load_paths += Dir[ “#{RAILS_ROOT}/app/modules/**” ]

Here is the top of my module:

module Sanitize
module Html
def self.included(base)
base.extend(ClassMethods)
end

I have an initializer that does this:
include HtmlSanitize

When I boot up it says unitilialized constant “HtmlSanitize”

What am I missing?

On Mar 31, 8:20 pm, Me [email protected] wrote:

  base.extend(ClassMethods)
end

I have an initializer that does this:
include HtmlSanitize

When I boot up it says unitilialized constant “HtmlSanitize”

You don’t have a module called HtmlSanitise ( you do have
Sanitize::Html but that’s completely different)

Fred

Fred, do the initializer files get called before the environment.rb on
boot?

On Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 3:32 PM, Frederick C. <

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