warning: toplevel constant File referenced by IO::File
by Željko Filipin
I want to delete a file from
Application::Mail.download. The problem is that inside
Run this code and you will get error message:
I could rename
Application::File to something else, but I created
Application module because I wanted to name my classes as I wish without conflicts with Ruby classes.
One solution is to specify that I want to call
But then I get this warning:
How to ignore warning thread at ruby-forum.com provided the solution to removing warning. Add this at the beginning of the file:
But, I want to see other warnings. I know I can change the value of
nil just before I call
IO::File.delete and then change it back. That just feels wrong. Why am I getting that warning after all? Why do I get the warning after calling
IO::File.delete? Am I doing something wrong?