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with_original_env so BUNDLER_APP_CONFIG is honored

Bundler's `with_clean_env` completely erases all Bundler-related
environment variables, even if those variables existed prior to loading
Bundler. That means that custom Bundler settings that we legitimately
want to pass down to child processes - namely, `BUNDLE_APP_CONFIG` - are
erased, leading to errors when the child process loads `bundler/setup`.

Note that `with_clean_env` is actually deprecated by Bundler. The method
recommended by Bundler going forward, and the one used in this commit,
is `with_original_env`. This clears any variables that were set by
Bundler itself, but retains any user-supplied settings that existed

This fixes a bug where spring binstubs would fail if `BUNDLE_APP_CONFIG`
was set to a custom location (i.e. other than the default `./.bundle`)
and `bundle install --path` was used. The binstub would not be able to
load the bundle because without `BUNDLE_APP_CONFIG`, it could not know
the path where the gems were installed.
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mattbrictson committed Nov 8, 2017
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@@ -2,6 +2,7 @@

* Fix binstubs not being replaced when their quoting style was changed (#534)
* Preserve comments right after the shebang line which might include magic comments such as `frozen_string_literal: true'
* Fix binstub failures when Bundler's `BUNDLE_APP_CONFIG` environment variable is present (#545)
## 2.0.2
@@ -92,7 +92,7 @@ def stop
def start_child(preload = false)
@child, child_socket = UNIXSocket.pair

Bundler.with_clean_env do
Bundler.with_original_env do
@pid = Process.spawn(
"RAILS_ENV" => app_env,

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