[TxMt] Overriding ruby code

Brett Terpstra brett at circlesixdesign.com
Fri Jan 5 15:24:04 UTC 2007

If the bundle exists in ~/Library it will override the bundle in / 
Library.  Copy the blogging.rb bundle from Pristine Copy into the  
Bundles directory in ~/Library and edit that.  Works for me, anyway.   
I keep a backup just in case.  I've begun doing most of my editing  
outside of the blogging.rb file, either in commands or in included  
files, just to keep things neat and make them easier to share.


On Jan 4, 2007, at 7:22 PM, Steven W. Riggins wrote:

> Sorry for the n00b questions, this is all new to me :)
> I'm working on the blogger bundle, and saw that when I make end  
> user changes, those are mirrored into App Support, which rocks!
> However, I'm tinkering with the ruby stuff (like I want it to  
> upload into /images/) just getting my feet wet and really don't  
> want to be mucking around inside of the app's bundle.  Is there any  
> way to locally override the bundle file in App Support?
> Thanks!
> Steve
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