On Jan 11, 2008, at 7:03 PM, jackster the jackle wrote:

> My script is doing exactly what I want it to do now...but I see some
> warnings in STDOUT:
>
> warning: already initialized contstant <VARIABLE NAME HERE>
>
> I think it's reporting this because ruby is looping through the file  
> but
> other than that, it's working fine.

Indeed, that is the case with load. In the command line you can  
silence warnings with -W0, like this:

     fxn@feynman:~$ ruby -e 'C = C = 1'
     -e:1: warning: already initialized constant C
     fxn@feynman:~$ ruby -W0 -e 'C = C = 1'
     fxn@feynman:~$

-- fxn