I’m guessing you copied the rake from the middle of a Rails app maybe?
There is a lot of extra requires that are not “required”.
Here is a rake file that accomplishes what you describe. There were no
other requires or anything else. This is the defined “Rake File
Also, Dir.glob is in the Ruby core, so no requires are necessary. :
=== start RakeFile.rb ===
desc “List Files in current dir.”
task :list_files do
Dir.glob("*").each do |d|
=== end RakeFile.rb ===
And the output :
$ ls -l
-rw-r–r-- 1 mlpf mkgroup-l-d 101 Aug 21 09:26 RakeFile.rb
$ rake -T
rake list_files # List Files in current dir.
$ rake list_files
Here are the references I reviewed:
“Rake Tutorial”: http://docs.rubyrake.org/read/book/1
“Rake Users Guide”: http://docs.rubyrake.org/read/book/2
Hope that helps!
On 8/20/07, chirag [email protected] wrote:
Then, I get the following error if I take out the ‘require’ line:
uninitialized constant FileOperations
I know this is a very basic problem. Any suggestions?