Shut up, RDoc!


#1

Can someone please tell me how shut RDoc up. Every time I run it I
get:

lib/facets.rb:49:29: Skipping require of dynamic string: “facets/
#{lib}”

I’ve tried everything I can think of to suppress this output.

Thanks,
T.


#2

On 7/28/07, Trans removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

Can someone please tell me how shut RDoc up. Every time I run it I
get:

lib/facets.rb:49:29: Skipping require of dynamic string: “facets/
#{lib}”

I’ve tried everything I can think of to suppress this output.

have you tried:

require “facets/some_lib”
require “facets/another_lib”

You can also of course build up that string and then eval it, but that
seems particularly nasty. IIRC, this was eventually fixed in newer
versions of ruby, but I may be mistaken.


#3

On Jul 28, 8:44 am, “Gregory B.” removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

have you tried:

require “facets/some_lib”
require “facets/another_lib”

Sigh. Yea, guess I will have to.

Thanks,
T.


#4

require “facets/some_lib”
require “facets/another_lib”

Sigh. Yea, guess I will have to.

You can also do:
%w[foo bar].each{|l| require(“facets/” + l)}
That will restore your peace :slight_smile:


#5

On Jul 28, 11:55 am, “Michael F.” removed_email_address@domain.invalid
wrote:

require “facets/some_lib”
require “facets/another_lib”

Sigh. Yea, guess I will have to.

You can also do:
%w[foo bar].each{|l| require(“facets/” + l)}
That will restore your peace :slight_smile:

Ah… putting it all on one line. Good thinking!

Thanks, Michael!
T.