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Simplified RVM handling

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moonglum committed Apr 26, 2012
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-rvm gemset use ashikawa-core
+rvm use @$(basename `pwd`) --create

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EinLama May 3, 2012

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This is awesome :) One line to rule them all!

@EinLama

EinLama May 3, 2012

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This is awesome :) One line to rule them all!

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### Detailed description
-Make sure you are running Ruby 1.9.x (or JRuby/Rubinius in 1.9 mode) and clone the latest snapshot into a directory of your choice. Also install AvocadoDB to run the integration tests.
+Make sure you are running Ruby 1.9.x (or JRuby/Rubinius in 1.9 mode) and clone the latest snapshot into a directory of your choice. Also make sure AvocadoDB is installed and accessible via `avocado`.
-If you use `rvm`, create a gemset for this project: `rvm gemset create ashikawa-core`. You will be asked if you want to switch to this gemset once you `cd` into the directory. If you do not want to use `rvm`, just ignore this step.
+If you use `rvm` a gemset for the project is created upon changing into the directory. If you do not use `rvm` nothing will happen.
Change into the project directory. Run `bundle` to get all dependencies (do a `gem install bundler` before if you don't have bundler installed).

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