Namespace question

In my /lib directory, I have:

/my_module/my_code

and inside lives my_class.rb:

module MyModule::MyCode

class MyClass < ActiveRecord::Base

def foo
end

end

end

I would like to be able to access the MyClass class in my controller
via:

MyCode::MyClass.foo

I was under the impression this was possible by including the MyModule
module in application.rb but it doesn’t work. The only way I can
access the MyClass class is via MyModule::MyCode.MyClass.foo which is
a mouthful.

Any ideas??

Thanks!

After including the file,
If you type in:
@foo = MyClass.new

What error do you get? Does it suggest that it doesn’t exist?

Zach I.
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yeah, now matter what I try I get uninitialized constant errors, which
seems so strange. If I use the full path, it’s fine, but mixing in the
module doesn’t give me access to the class.

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end
a mouthful.

Any ideas??

Thanks!

Rich B.
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