Don't work with bundler: Needs gemspec #29

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grimen opened this Issue Jun 14, 2010 · 5 comments

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grimen commented Jun 14, 2010

Tried to use "johnson" with Bundler for Ruby 1.9:

gem 'johnson', :git => 'git://github.com/jbarnette/johnson.git', :branch => '1.9.1'

...but noticed there's not @johnson.gemspec@ in the repo root. Therefore:

Could not find gem 'johnson (>= 0, runtime)' in git://github.com/jbarnette/johnson.git (at 1.9.1).
Source does not contain any versions of 'johnson (>= 0, runtime)'
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grimen Jun 14, 2010

I could fix this, but...it's so easy task so I leave it to the author. ;)

grimen commented Jun 14, 2010

I could fix this, but...it's so easy task so I leave it to the author. ;)

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tenderlove Jun 14, 2010

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The gemspec will not be checked in. When the gem is built for release, certain files are generated. These generated files will not be listed in the gemspec until "rake package" is run. Try it out, and you'll see the problem. :-)

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tenderlove commented Jun 14, 2010

The gemspec will not be checked in. When the gem is built for release, certain files are generated. These generated files will not be listed in the gemspec until "rake package" is run. Try it out, and you'll see the problem. :-)

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grimen Jun 14, 2010

OK, so is there a good practice for using with Bundler - install manually? :)

grimen commented Jun 14, 2010

OK, so is there a good practice for using with Bundler - install manually? :)

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The best practice with bundler is to use the released gem. ;-)

We're not quite ready for 1.9 support yet. I'll bug the other folks on the team, and maybe we can get a beta release with 1.9 support. Then you don't need to install from git.

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tenderlove commented Jun 14, 2010

The best practice with bundler is to use the released gem. ;-)

We're not quite ready for 1.9 support yet. I'll bug the other folks on the team, and maybe we can get a beta release with 1.9 support. Then you don't need to install from git.

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grimen Jun 14, 2010

OK, I see. Thanks!

grimen commented Jun 14, 2010

OK, I see. Thanks!

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