The ruby-ole library provides a variety of functions primarily for
working with OLE2 structured storage files, such as those produced by
Microsoft Office - eg *.doc, *.msg etc.
= Example Usage
Here are some examples of how to use the library functionality,
categorised roughly by purpose.
1. Reading and writing files within an OLE container
The recommended way to manipulate t
== 126.96.36.199 / 2012-02-25
- Various fixes for ruby 1.9.3 - handle iconv deprecation and
fix FileTime.from_time (github #7, brawnski).
- Avoid constant redefinition warning in gemspec.
== 188.8.131.52 / 2011-09-07
- Remove empty dirents after constructing tree (fixes non-contiguous
allocation table usage).
- Fix fallback Symbol#to_proc to match activesupport definition in case
we get loaded fir
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