On 30 Jul 2006, at 09:50, gabriele renzi wrote:

> Benjohn Barnes ha scritto:
>> On 26 Jul 2006, at 15:15, Dimitri Aivaliotis wrote:
>>> Is this the screencast you meant?
>>>
>>> http://www.nitroproject.org/videos/nitro.html
>> I'm just running through this now (having installed Nitro through   
>> Gems - I love it!).
>> I'm liking things so far. In my copying parrot style though, I  
>> was  restarting the server each time I made a change (which  
>> doesn't  actually happen in this screen cast). I just forgot to do  
>> that, and  after making a change to my source, went directly over  
>> to my browser  and hit refresh... And the page changed! How does  
>> that work then?!  That's not normal Ruby behaviour, that's not.  
>> But I like it a lot :)
>
>
> That's somthing you can find in facets, the method Kernel#autoreload
> http://facets.rubyforge.org/api/core/classes/Kernel.html#M000450

! :) That's very cool. *cough* I've not actually used facets at all.

Okay, I've had a look, and it looks very full of interesting stuff.  
Is there some kind of map / table of contents for the collection?  
Some kind of rough break down in to areas of functionality?