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∴ rvm rvmrc {trust,untrust,trusted,load,reset} [optional-path]
∴ rvm rvmrc create {ruby-version} [--rvmrc|--ruby-version|--versions-conf]
Tools for dealing with and loading the rvmrc trust for a given directory.
All actions take an optional path to a directory to check.
To check the status of ~/My/project, you would run:
∴ rvm rvmrc trusted ~/My/project
Or, more conventionally,
∴ cd ~/My/project && rvm rvmrc trusted
To manually set it as trusted:
∴ rvm rvmrc trust ~/My/project
Or, to reset the trust and force a prompt:
∴ rvm rvmrc reset ~/My/project
∴ rvm rvmrc reset all
Finally, to load the rvmrc in a directory, you would run:
∴ rvm rvmrc load ~/My/project
∴ cd ~/My/project && rvm rvmrc load
Note that this replaces 'rvm load-rvmrc'. Note that load implicity trusts the
rvmrc, even if it is set to untrusted.
Creating project rvmrc files can easily be done with the following command:
∴ rvm --rvmrc --create use 1.9.2@funky
Or for scripting,
∴ rvm rvmrc create 1.9.2@funky
Above command will create both the gemset 'funky', and a project rvmrc file in the current directory.
From RVM 1.11.0 new project files are available. They do not require trusting:
- ∴ rvm rvmrc create 1.9.2@funky --ruby-version
- ∴ rvm rvmrc create 1.9.2@funky --versions-conf
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