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Starting Guard without Bundler #50

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brblck opened this Issue Jul 22, 2012 · 5 comments

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brblck commented Jul 22, 2012

I know, I know. But seriously...

I actually use Guard for a lot of things (sometimes not even ruby) and many times I'm doing so outside of a project. I'd love to be able to use your plugin to run Guard from within Sublime instead of having to drop out and hit the terminal manually.

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drewdeponte commented Jul 22, 2012

Yeah, I added support for checking if rvm was present or not and handled that case. However, I neglected to add support to check if the project had a Gemfile before trying to run it using bundler.

This is definitely something that would be nice to have. I have tagged it as a feature request and prioritized it along with all of the other tickets. Not sure when I or someone else will get to this feature but it definitely has a jump up on other features as I know you are wanting it.

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brblck commented Jul 23, 2012

no problem. I primarily wanted to just track the request here, but I actually ended up hacking something together this afternoon anyway.

If its cool with you I'll take a stab at it, clean it up some, and send you a pull request shortly.

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drewdeponte commented Jul 23, 2012

Sounds great just drop me a pull request and I will review it.

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On Jul 22, 2012, at 5:10 PM, Brandon Blackreply@reply.github.com wrote:

no problem. I primarily wanted to just track the request here, but I actually ended up hacking something together this afternoon anyway.

If its cool with you I'll take a stab at it, clean it up some, and send you a pull request shortly.


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drewdeponte commented Jul 23, 2012

I merged the associated pull request for this in and all seems to be working so I am closing this issue. Thanks @brandonblack for contributing.

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brblck commented Jul 23, 2012

awesome. glad I could help. thanks again for providing this in the first place.

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