On Sun, Jul 22, 2001 at 02:21:20PM +0900, HarryO wrote:
> Never mind.  I took a guess that there might be a special variable that
> tracks what files have been loaded.  There is; it's $".
> 
> So, by deleting the particular file from $", I was able to force Ruby to
> re-load the file and everything worked just fine.
> 
> What's even nicer is that the objects that were created maintained their
> definitions even after re-loading.  Only new objects created had the new
> definition, which is how I'd like it to be.

Try load instead of require!
This will reload a file.


Regards,

  Michael

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