Hey guys

I have a large(ish) web service that im talking to in several
applications and thought it would be best to then organise it into a
re-usable library. I am using wsdl2ruby to generate my class stubs, but
that means that I have 3 rb files for each service (of which there are
quite a number)

So my plan of action was to then put everything into neatly ordered
structure, so I could then just call a nice require 'path/to/service' to
use it? As they will all be grouped into the appropriate modules

Is that a sensible thing to do? If not what would be a good plan of
action?

Cheers

Tim

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