i see the line
more and more in gems and other require statements. right now im looking at a gem and the line
is being called prior the first constructor of a class. this seems to be kinda related to autoload rails things, but im not sure.
what is it? if someone could shed some light on it. thx
It's checking whether Rails is defined. Typically you might do this if
your gem/plugin had some rails features that you don't want to load
(or can't be loaded) if your gem is being used in a non Rails context
ok, that makes sense. but where is that variable being ‘declared’ and or set?
ok, that makes sense. but where is that variable being 'declared' and or
Somewhere early in the Rails initialization process (There's probably
a module called Rails - as soon as the file containing it is loaded it
will spring into existence)
ok, thx for ur insight