Hi --

On Sat, 14 Oct 2006, Andrew Libby wrote:

>
> Greetings,
>
> I'm searching for something equivilent to Perl's "use lib".  I can see that 
> there is a -I parameter to ruby itself, but that seems clumsy when there are 
> many paths to be added to the include path (is that what ruby even calls 
> it?).

It's called the load path, and it's stored in the global $: variable,
which is an array to which you can add:

   $:.push("/whatever")

If you don't like $: you can also address it as $LOAD_PATH.


David

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