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getting started guide: revises text wrt bundler

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h4. Installing the Required Gems
-Rails uses the "Bundler":http://www.github.com/carlhuda/bundler gem to populate the +vendor+ directory with all the gems your application depends on. As we don't need any special gems beyond the default, we just need to do the following:
+Rails applications manage gem dependencies with "Bundler":http://www.github.com/carlhuda/bundler by default. As we don't need any other gems beyond the ones in the generated +Gemfile+ we can directly run

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Might be more appropriate to link to http://gembundler.com/ instead?

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Might be more appropriate to link to http://gembundler.com/ instead?

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Sure! you can push it to docrails

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Sure! you can push it to docrails

<shell>
-As the root user:
-# gem install bundler
-# bundle install
+bundle install
</shell>
-This will copy down the versions of all the gems you need to start a rails application.
+to have them ready.
h4. Configuring a Database

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