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add description about configuration to README #18

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When I user Bundler, Build was failed with following message.

rake aborted!
no such file to load -- bundler/setup

But SublimeRubyMotionBuilder had prepared me a nice option thankfully.

I think it should be written to the README for everyone to be happy 😄

I think this is a race condition - sometimes rake is called before the script has cd'd into the correct directory

This one ? https://github.com/iandundas/SublimeRubyMotionBuilder/commit/83af268d5e262d636e6d5f1a2cd0987337a9fb5e

I don't think this is not race.My pull req. means followng.

Sublime Text plugin run with simple $PATH without reading env_file such as~/.bash_profile.
So build, clean and deploy fail everytime in following condition because RubyMotion can't find ~/.rbenv/shims/bundle

  • using rbenv
  • and using bundler

And SublimeRubyMotionBuilder the option to solve the above problems.

Apologies - I didn't fully understand your issue I think. I just saw the 'no such file to load' and replied with the answer to what I was experiencing.

It's running in Terminal.app for me, too.

Here is what I meant:
Screen Shot 2013-02-21 at 15 09 14

Oh..Same Problem sometime happens to me before rewritten RubyMotion.sublime-settings as pull req.'s README.
And I think it will still occur after rewriting.

I think this problem is not involved with this pull req, because rubymotion_build_env_file option is refered just in case of build, clean, deploy not in case of run.

Is this problem occured since you have rewrite RubyMotion.sublime-settings as pull req's README?

@iandundas

I see rubymotion_run.sh, it's very simple script :P
How about if given more large value to delay command?

for example..

target file

# delay 0.1
delay 0.3
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Watson1978 commented Jul 21, 2014

You should use /etc/launchd.conf or ~/.MacOSX/environment.plist to set up environment variable.
I wrote how to set up this at c6da13c

Thank you.

@Watson1978 Watson1978 closed this Jul 21, 2014

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