- No breaking changes to the Gemfile are expected
- We expect to modify the format of Gemfile.lock.
- This should be the final change
- This means you will not be able to upgrade a locked app directly from 0.9 to 1.0.
- Bundler will automatically generate Gemfile.lock when any
resolve is successful.
- This means the bundle lock command will no longer be needed.
- Bundler will conservatively update Gemfile.lock from the
last successful resolve if the Gemfile has been modified since
the last use of bundler.
- This means that adding a new gem to the Gemfile that does not conflict with existing gems will not force an update of other gems.
- This also means that we will not force an update to previously resolved dependencies as long as they are compatible with some valid version of the new dependency.
- When removing a gem, bundle install will simply remove it, without recalculating all dependencies.
- We will be adding
bundle updatefor the case where you -do- wish to re-resolve all dependencies and update everything to the latest version.
- bundle update will also take a gem name, if you want to force an update to just a single gem (and its dependencies).
- There will be a way to install dependencies that require build options
- We will add groups that are opt-in at install-time, rather than opt-out.
- We will reduce open bug count to 0 for the final 1.0 release.
- Some additional features that require more thought. For details, see http://github.com/carlhuda/bundler/issues/labels/1.0
- Stop upgrading 0.9 lockfiles
- Delete vestigial gems installed into ~/.bundle/ by 0.9