Stop writing non-portable Ruby file-management code.
Understand once and for all how, when, and why to open files in binary mode.
A little history lesson about computer text formats
Windows users can feel like second-class-citizens in the Ruby world. Ruby gems and tools often don't work quite right on Windows hosts. But we can fix this. Making your code …
Today we'll learn how to test code that interacts with the filesystem.
In today's episode, we'll learn how to robustly manage temporary directories in Ruby.
In today's episode, guest chef Chris Strom show us how to list and filter files with advanced glob patterns, from within Ruby.
In this "lost episode", we'll learn how to use Ruby's "find" library to dig through files on disk.
In this guest episode, Rob Miller shows off some super powers of Ruby's `Kernel#open`.
An easier way to find the location of the current source file.