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  • rake/trace_output.rb



Public Instance Methods

trace_on(out, *strings) click to toggle source

Write trace output to output stream out.

The write is done as a single IO call (to print) to lessen the chance that the trace output is interrupted by other tasks also producing output.

               # File rake/trace_output.rb, line 9
def trace_on(out, *strings)
  sep = $\ || "\n"
  if strings.empty?
    output = sep
    output = { |s| s.end_with?(sep) ? s : s + sep }.join

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