Robert Klemme wrote:
> 
> "Zach Dennis" <zdennis / mktec.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag 
> news:41FFD612.4020901 / mktec.com...
> 
>> Since Navindra wanted to know how-to handle java-like imports I've 
>> blogged my solution which allows:
>>
>> require 'mypackage.subpackage.file'
>> require 'mypackage.*'
>>
>> to be used. So check it out if this you're interested...
>>
>> http://blog.mktec.com/zdennis/ruby
> 
> 
> some remarks: I'd change "what.gsub!( /\./, '/' )" into "what = 
> what.gsub( /\./, '/' )" in order to not fiddle with the argument (could 
> be frozen after all). 

Ah...yes. thx

> Is it possible that your regexp should've read  
> "if( what =~ /^(.*)\.\*$/ )" (main issue the missing "\.")?

its possible for someone to name a file "file*" but that is poor naming, 
but entirely possible! I'll make the update for the "\." to be. thx for 
pointing this out.

Zach