I got this message from relish just now: Sorry, your relish gem 0.5.3 is out of date. Please update to at least version 0.6
The latest WebMock no longer works with older curb releases.
It won't work on all platforms but I believe it's designed to no-op on platforms it doesn't work on.
(It's not working, unfortunately, but I'm pushing what I've done according to the instructions at lsegal/yard#404).
Now that we don't keep the Gemfile.lock under source control we can just rely on the conditionals in the gemspec. Before I had this when Gemfile.lock was in source control so that it wouldn't change unnecessarily on different ruby interpreters.
…fter_request hook twice for each request.
I'm finding it more annoying then useful. I just want to use guard for the specs.
I don't plan to have VCR 2.0 support 1.9.1 and this allows us to cleanup a lot of special case code for 1.9.1.
…gems from installing on travis-ci.
…ill support 1.8.6).
This dependency causes issues since bundler puts it on the load path. Closes #57.
This fixes some specs that were previously pending due to a bug in em-http-request.
…issues installing through bundler.