> Hello everybody!
> The first release of RProperties is on the RubyForge now on
> http://rubyforge.org/projects/rproperties/ !

Great! But I don't really get the advantage of RProperties over built in
yaml+hash for example (or yaml+struct, or... whatever):

store:

props = {:site_name => "My Crazy Blog About Ruby",
	 :site_author => "Barack Obama",
	 :author_email => "barack / whitehouse.org"}
open('my_props.yml','w') {|f| f.write props.to_yaml}

load:

rp = YAML::load(open('my_props.yml'))
puts rp[:site_name]
puts rp[:site_author]
etc.

the yaml file almost looks like the java properties file:

---
:site_name: " My Crazy Blog About Ruby"
:site_author: Barack Obama
:author_email: barack / whitehouse.org

Peter
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