Foo class => foo.rb
Bar module => bar.rb
FooBar class => foobar.rb (Normal Rule)
non-standard multiple files required by a script should be in one directory, and they should
be installed to the standard site-ruby directory or a script's library directory.
don't use a current directory for libraries --- it is dangerous. since the directory in which
script exists can not be specified portably, it is also not suited for libraries.
\u2022 require (if necessary)
\u2022 include (if necessary)
\u2022 classes and modules definition
Ruby has two comments style: =begin...=end and '#'. You should use =begin...=end for
Documentation Comments, and '#' for both Documentation Comments and Implementation
= FooBar library
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