As described in the getting started docs, opal uses a load path which works with sprockets to create a set of locations which opal can require files from. If you want to add a directory to this load path, you can add it to either the global environment, or a sprockets instance.
Opal module, a property
paths is used to hold the load paths which
Opal uses to require files from. You can add a directory to this:
Now, any ruby files in this directory can be discovered.
Opal::Environment is a subclass of the sprockets environment class which
can have instance specific paths added to it. This class will inherit all
global paths, but you can also add your instance paths as:
env = Opal::Environment.new env.append_path '../my_lib'