Thanks.

Stephen


>My apologies for any inconvenience. enumerable/each_slice is being
>deprecated. Unfortunately the ChangeLog entry for this got mangled
>somehow and said nothing but "ice" (the last three letters of of
>each_slice). The reason is Ruby now supports each_slice in the standard
>library. All you have to do is:
>
>  require 'enumerator'
>
>And I beleive as of Ruby 1.9 this will built-in functionality too and
>there will no longer be a need for the require (Can anyone verify
>that?)
>
>Nonetheless I'll am goging to release a minor update to facets today
>that fixes this issue. It will be a temproray patch the will just
>redirect 'enumerable/each_slice' to 'enumerator'.
>
>One important consideration though is that Ruby's each_slice and
>Facets' previous version differ in that Ruby's will not use the block's
>arity if no slice count is given --it will raise an Argument error
>instead. To get this behavior back use Facets' #each_by (maybe I'll
>submit an RCR for this).
>
>HTH,
>T.