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Re: [ruby-81] SketchUp Ruby namespace question

From: Matthew K.
Sent on: Wednesday, August 17, 2011 9:05 AM
My coworker David Stevenson has done work in this area, he gave a talk
that I missed but was recorded and is available here:

The notes from when he presented at gogaruco are here:


On Tue, Aug 16, 2011 at 11:10 PM, Rich Morin <[address removed]> wrote:
> At tonight's meeting, I briefly described a question I
> have regarding SketchUp Ruby namespaces.  Briefly, the
> problem is as follows:
> *  At startup, SketchUp loads any Ruby files it finds
>   in its "plugins" directory.
> *  The plugin authors may or may not be experienced
>   Ruby programmers.  In any case, their efforts are
>   not coordinated in any manner.
> *  The plugins are placed in the directory by a user,
>   who typically has no Ruby knowledge at all.
> I've been developing a framework that, among other
> things, tries to keep plugins from stepping on each
> others' class definitions, etc.
> I have a working solution, but I'd love to hear ideas
> for improvement, etc.  For more details, see:
> -r
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