Joel VanderWerf wrote:
> path = Pathname[''] / 'usr' / 'local'  #=> #<Pathname:/usr/local>
>
> A bit more palatable (?) without affecting String.

Except, what about paths not starting with root?

> I wonder why Pathname.[] and Pathname#/ are not defined this way? The
> former seems safe and conservative, at least. Maybe #/ is not defined
> because #+ already has that behavior and it would be strange for + and /
>   to be the same.

#+ does? I would rathe plus did a straight concat like string.

T.