The local filetree corresponding to source control is not in the same location on all machines. Therefore, the needed Ruby $LOAD_PATH varies from one machine to another. I can control this from a script of course. I can, for example, addthis to the top of a script that's two levels below the 'root': require 'pathname' home_path = Pathname.new(File.join(File.dirname(__FILE__), '../..')).realpath $LOAD_PATH.push home_path unless ($LOAD_PATH.index(home_path)) This works, but is it best? Is there best practice for this sort ofthing? Thanks, Burdette
on 2009-03-02 01:01
on 2009-03-02 01:19
Burdette Lamar wrote: > This works, but is it best? Is there best practice for this sort ofthing? > > Thanks, Burdette > > > > You can also modify the load path by setting the RUBYLIB environment variable, or by using the -I option on the command line. Since the load path is constant on a machine, I'd argue for setting RUBYLIB instead of modifying every script.
on 2009-03-02 10:31
Hi, At Mon, 2 Mar 2009 08:58:46 +0900, Burdette Lamar wrote in [ruby-talk:330039]: > require 'pathname' > home_path = Pathname.new(File.join(File.dirname(__FILE__), '../..')).realpath You don't need pathname. home_path = File.expand_path('../../..', __FILE__)
on 2009-03-02 11:25
Nobuyoshi Nakada wrote: > Hi, Hi. > You don't need pathname. I've never found a need for Pathname. What is Pathname's purpose? Regards,