A Ruby utility to help automate dependency management using Bundler. You can pin Gem versions to the current or the next available level.
- Bundler 1.10+
% rake -T rake drg:pin # Pin the gems in your Gemfile to the current version in the Gemfile.lock rake drg:pin:major # Add the approximate major version of your gems (rails, "~> 4") rake drg:pin:minor # Add the approximate minor version of your gems (rails, "~> 4.2") rake drg:pin:patch # Add the approximate patch version of your gems (rails, "~> 4.2.3") rake drg:pin:latest[gem] # Pin the given gem to the latest version (defaults to all gems) rake drg:pin:minor_latest[gem] # Pin the given gem to the latest available patch version (defaults to all gems) rake drg:pin:patch_latest[gem] # Pin the given gem to the latest available minor version (defaults to all gems) rake drg:unpin # Unpin the gems in your Gemfile rake drg:upgrade_file[file] # Updates the file to use Ruby 2 hash syntax and fixes RSpec and FactoryGirl deprecations
DRG really wants to help you manage your project's gems. But DRG doesn't want to replace Bundler. Instead, we want to build on
it. Pinning ignores gems that are fetched from somewhere other than rubygems. For example, gems listed with
:path will be ignored. You can "pin" all your versions to the current version listed in the Gemfile.lock:
This task will update your Gemfile with the gem's approximate version. It'll change:
gem 'rails' gem 'byebug', require: false gem 'therubyracer', '~> 0.12', platforms: :ruby gem 'drg' # :)
gem 'rails', '~> 4.2' gem 'byebug', '~> 5.0', require: false gem 'therubyracer', '~> 0.12', platforms: :ruby gem 'drg', '~> 1.2' # :)
I use the bin/drg bash script to update all gems to the latest
[major|minor|patch] version, run all tests and then add the result if the specs pass or rollback the changes if they
You can tell drg to ignore gems by adding an inline comment with @drg (skip|ignore|frozen)
gem 'name' # @drg skip
drg:spec that does RSpec scaffolding? It's been moved to it's own gem: rspec-scaffold
Having trouble on Rails 3? Try updating to the latest version or make sure the
gem 'drg' is outside of the
:test blocks. It
Needs to be at the top level for some reason.
After checking out the repo, run
bin/setup to install dependencies. Then, run
rake to run the tests.
You can also run
bin/console for an interactive prompt that will allow you to experiment.
Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at https://github.com/ridiculous/drg.