Paul Battley wrote:
> On 25/08/06, Duncan Mccaffery <d.mccaffery / lancaster.ac.uk> wrote:
>> It seems activerecord is redefining the load method in some way.  I'm
>> fairly new to Ruby and I'm a little stuck.  Any ideas?  I've already
>> tried seperating the above into modules (active record and ruby cocoa
>> stuff are in seperate name spaces (I think!) but this doesn't seem to
>> work.
> 
> ActiveSupport is the culprit. In dependencies.rb, we find:
> 
>   class Object #:nodoc:
>     def load(file, *extras)
>       super(file, *extras)
>     rescue Object => exception
>       exception.blame_file! file
>       raise
>     end
>   # ...
> 
> RubyCocoa works by responding to method_missing and despatching ObjC
> messages via ocm_send; once ActiveSupport has had its evil (don't get
> me started!) way, this will never happen.
> 
> You should be able to use this as a quick workaround:
> 
>   OSX::NSBundle.bundleWithPath("...snip...").ocm_send(:load)
> 
> Paul.

Cheers for that everything is working fantastic!

I only wish I'd tried here about a week ago.

Thanks,

Duncan

-- 
Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.