This gem using base gem talks. You can use it if you want to hear when
bundle install or
bundle update ends.
Sponsored by Evil Martians
Sometime when you have bad internet bundler works really slow. So this is works as notification of start and end in that case.
This gem using gem
talks and overwrites some of bundler methods when you call
bundler-talks instead of
bundle from your command line.
$ gem install bundler-talks $ bundler-talks install # instead of just `bundle install` $ bundler-talks update # instead of just `bundle update` $ bundler-talks exec # instead of just `bundle exec`
You can work with
bundler-talks update/install/exec just the same as with original
bundle update/install/exec - with some options and customizations:
$ bundler-talks update rails # instead of $ bundle update rails
How to customize voices for
talks you can find in talks repo.
More info later
I did it by myself
- @imanel for exec method
You can help me with this fun gem and I'll gladly add you here, or above
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