Path v0.3.0 
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 Path v0.3.0

Hello,

I've just released the version 0.3.0 of the Path class.

Home page: http://www.*-*-*.com/
Download: http://www.*-*-*.com/
RAA entry: http://www.*-*-*.com/

This class regroups all builtin Ruby methods related to path names,
like File::exist?, File::open, Dir::entries, File::Stat#readable?, etc.

ChangeLog since 0.2.0:
- Minor bugfixes and improvements
- Updated join: ensure no path separator is duplicated (see test unit or
doc)
- Documentation!
- Changed mkdir, rmdir and delete to take optional arguments: the
entry/ies to affect
  in the directory. ie: Path['foo'].mkdir('bar') will create the
directory 'foo/bar'.
- Some tests added
- README
- Added line number in evals
- new #rmtree method
- changed #foreach to yield entries containing the calling path

TODO (probably in next release):
- Path#relative to retreive the relative path between 2 paths
  ruby-talk:20581, ruby-talk:20666
- A #delete! method, similar to #rmtree except it does nothing if
  the path doesn't exist
- Change #copy, #link, #rename, ... to accept an entry name like #mkdir

Any feedback is welcome.

Mike.



Wed, 21 Apr 2004 13:11:56 GMT  
 
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