[ANN] require_relative 1.0.2 released!

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Steve Klabnik, Jun 18, 2011.

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    Hey everyone! I've just released require_relative 1.0.2!

    ## What is require_relative?

    In Ruby 1.9.2, "." was removed from the $LOAD_PATH. require_relative was added to let you require files relative to your current directory.


    This gem backports both of these features to earlier Rubies.


    ## Changes in 1.0.2


    * Explicitly check for and never override a previous definition of require_relative (michaelkishin)


    * Fixed a small bug with regenerating documentation (steveklabnik)


    * Upgraded version of rocco (steveklabnik)


    ## Get it!


    You can get require_relative through RubyGems:


    $ gem install require_relative


    ## More


    Other details can be found on GitHub: https://github.com/steveklabnik/require_relative
     
    Steve Klabnik, Jun 18, 2011
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