[trunk/r14273] File.mkdir() -> Dir.mkdir() in enc/make_encma

[trunk/r14273] File.mkdir() -> Dir.mkdir() in enc/make_encma

Post by Ollivier R » Wed, 19 Dec 2007 00:48:44


There is a typo in enc/make_encmake.rb where File.mkdir is used instead
of Dir.mkdir.

Cheers,
Ollivier.
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