On Aug 16, 3:53 pm, "Logan Capaldo" <logancapa... / gmail.com> wrote:
> On 8/16/07, barjunk <barj... / attglobal.net> wrote:
>
> > I thought if I did:
>
> > File.move("mydir","mynewdir")
>
> > it would do a move...but it seems to make a file out of the directory
> > I'm trying to move.
>
> > The end result I get is a file named mynewdir.  What I want is a new
> > directory containing all of the information in the mydir directory
> > called mynewdir.
>
> > Am I going to have to use a copy and a rm of the old dir?
>
> > What's the "right way" to do that?
>
> I can't find a File::move, I dunno where you got it from (some lib?).
> One method is File::rename, another is to require 'fileutils' and use
> FileUtils.mv
>
> > Mike B.

I found it here:

http://www.ruby-doc.org/stdlib/libdoc/ftools/rdoc/index.html

But I'll try what you have suggested.

Mike B.