Massimiliano Mirra <list / chromatic-harp.com> writes:

> I needed one last act of folly before going to bed at 6:55 a.m., so
> here it is.

As follies go, it's a damn fine one :)

> The content of doc, lib and test is mapped to the filesystem
> according to rules specific to the platform.  For example, on
> GNU/Linux the contents of lib/ are copied into
> /usr/local/lib/site-ruby/1.6/, the contents of doc/ are copied into
> /usr/local/lib/site-ruby/doc/<pkgname>/, the contents of test/ are
> copied into /usr/local/lib/site-ruby/test/<pkgname>/.

Can I just check: if my Ruby is installed in /tc/usr/ruby..., you'll
honor those directories and not try to use the 'standard' ones?


Dave