So this is my knowledge of it so far:



So it seems that if you require a ruby file that is in your local 
directory, a la
require 'localDirectoryfile.rb'
this returns true, but doesn°«t work. It loads the file and the class 
names, but leaves out all of the functions, etc.

To get it to work

instead of

require °∆localfile°«

require °∆./localfile°« works.

Go figure.

Also note there is a discrepancy between require and load, which is 
interesting. load _requires_  the °».rb°… (at least for me) while require 
does not. A minor inconsistency.

Any thots?
-Roger

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