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gem bundle doesnt work when you only have the latest prerelease version of the gem installed #1

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samgranieri opened this Issue · 13 comments

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@samgranieri

Checkout edge rails, install the latest prerelease version of bundler, then type gem bundle in the edge rails app directory.

The first error you'd get looks like this: http://gist.github.com/292143

If you type gem cleanup bundler, then type gem bundle in the edge rails app directory, then this will happen: http://gist.github.com/292154

Is rubygems unable to pick up a gem plugin if it's in a prerelease gem? Or am I just getting ahead of myself while edge rails and bundler are in a state of flux? :) Either way, its not currently working

@voxxit

This is now a binary. You run commands by using: "bundle install". You can see a list of options by just running "bundle"

@samgranieri

Gotcha. Thanks!

@visnup
$ bundle
/Library/Ruby/Gems/1.8/gems/bundler-0.9.0.pre4/bin/bundle:5: uninitialized constant Bundler::BundlerError (NameError)
from /usr/bin/bundle:19:in `load'
from /usr/bin/bundle:19
@visnup

I still can't get bundler to do much at all (0.9.0.pre4)

@visnup

ah, same problem. had to gem uninstall bundler -v 0.8.1

@chikamichi

Thank you for this fix!

@grigio

I uninstalled and installed bundler but the "bundle command" is not present

@shageman

Make sure that you have the bin folder of your local gems in the PATH. For this is ~/.gem/ruby/1.8/bin/

@grigio

yeah it was that thanks

@carllerche

Sorry for the confusion. If a doc modification would help, please submit a patch. Thanks.

@indirect
Owner

Where homebrew puts ruby (and where homebrew ruby puts its gem binaries) has nothing to do with bundler, sorry.

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