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Dont name then Main, name them somethign useful, then it won't matter how
many there are.

j`ey
http://www.eachmapinject.com

On 8/22/06, Rich Morin <rdm / cfcl.com> wrote:
>
> At 11:52 PM +0900 8/21/06, ara.t.howard / noaa.gov wrote:
> >    Main.new(ENV, ARGV).run if $0 __FILE__
> >
> > the reason is that it allows your program to be used as a
> > library without polluting the global namespace.
>
> Assuming that my code contains generally useful functions,
> this makes sense (and why bet the other way? :-).  However,
> I'm curious whether I need to worry about the possibility
> of bringing in multiple "Main" classes and "run" methods,
> if I use this approach a lot.  Do you have any relevant
> experience to offer?
>
> -r
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