Commits on Jun 6, 2011
  1. Release 1.6.19

    wayneeseguin committed Jun 6, 2011
  2. Bugfix, we have ruby at this point, might as well use it to generate …

    …a yaml output of the env ;).
    wayneeseguin committed Jun 6, 2011
  3. Try that rboyd...

    wayneeseguin committed Jun 6, 2011
  4. Put back an empty file.

    wayneeseguin committed Jun 6, 2011
  5. Merge pull request #291 from indirect/master

    stop forcing bundler things to happen for now
    wayneeseguin committed Jun 6, 2011
  6. Stop forcibly setting BUNDLE_GEMFILE for now, because it stays set fo…

    Revert "handle BUNDLE_GEMFILE, added default for projects that do not provide it"
    This reverts commit a74cfe9.
    indirect committed Jun 6, 2011
  7. Remove bundle shell function for now

    Revert "Helps to actually git add the file."
    This reverts commit c1b6666.
    indirect committed Jun 6, 2011
  8. Added missing sources.

    wayneeseguin committed Jun 6, 2011
  9. Merge pull request #290 from swhitt/master

    Adjust scripts/functions/bundler to allow for shortened Bundler syntax
    wayneeseguin committed Jun 6, 2011
  10. Merge pull request #289 from mpapis/master

    made binstubs from bundler overwrite gem generated stubs ...
    wayneeseguin committed Jun 6, 2011
Commits on Jun 5, 2011

           [1mbundle-install [22m- Install the dependencies specified in your Gemfile
           [1mbundle install [22m[--gemfile=GEMFILE]
                            [--path PATH] [--system]
                            [--without=GROUP1[ GROUP2...]]
                            [--local] [--deployment]
           Install  the  gems  specified  in your Gemfile(5). If this is the first
           time you run bundle  install  (and  a  [1mGemfile.lock  [22mdoes  not  exist),
           bundler will fetch all remote sources, resolve dependencies and install
           all needed gems.
           If a [1mGemfile.lock [22mdoes exist, and you have not updated your Gemfile(5),
           bundler  will fetch all remote sources, but use the dependencies speci-
           fied in the [1mGemfile.lock [22minstead of resolving dependencies.
           If a [1mGemfile.lock [22mdoes exist, and you  have  updated  your  Gemfile(5),
           bundler will use the dependencies in the [1mGemfile.lock [22mfor all gems that
           you did not update, but will re-resolve the dependencies of  gems  that
           you did update. You can find more information about this update process
           below under [4mCONSERVATIVE[24m [4mUPDATING[24m.
                  The location of the Gemfile(5) that  bundler  should  use.  This
                  defaults  to a gemfile in the current working directory. In gen-
                  eral, bundler will assume that the location of the Gemfile(5) is
                  also  the  project  root, and will look for the [1mGemfile.lock [22mand
                  [1mvendor/cache [22mrelative to it.
                  The location to install the gems in the bundle to. This defaults
                  to the gem home, which is the location that [1mgem install [22minstalls
                  gems to. This means that, by default, gems installed  without  a
                  [1m--path  [22msetting  will  show  up  in  [1mgem list[22m. This setting is a
                  [4mremembered[24m [4moption[24m.
                  Installs the gems in the bundle to  the  system  location.  This
                  overrides any previous [4mremembered[24m use of [1m--path[22m.
                  A  space-separated  list of groups to skip installing. This is a
                  [4mremembered[24m [4moption[24m.
                  Do not attempt to connect to [[22m,  instead  using  just
                  the  gems located in [1mvendor/cache[22m. Note that if a more appropri-
                  ate platform-specific gem  exists  on  [[22m,  this  will
                  bypass the normal lookup.
                  Switches  bundler's  defaults  into  [4mdeployment[24m [4mmode[24m. Do not use
                  this flag on development machines.
                  Create a directory (defaults to [1mbin[22m)  containing  an  executable
                  that  runs  in  the  context of the bundle. For instance, if the
                  [1mrails [22mgem comes with a [1mrails [22mexecutable, this flag will create a
                  [1mbin/rails  [22mexecutable  that  ensures  that all dependencies used
                  come from the bundled gems.
           Bundler's defaults are optimized for development. To switch to defaults
           optimized  for  deployment,  use the [1m--deployment [22mflag. Do not activate
           deployment mode on development machines, as it will cause in  an  error
           when the Gemfile is modified.
           1.  A [1mGemfile.lock [22mis required.
               To ensure that the same versions of the gems you developed with and
               tested with  are  also  used  in  deployments,  a  [1mGemfile.lock  [22mis
               This  is  mainly  to  ensure  that  you remember to check your [1mGem-[0m
               [1mfile.lock [22minto version control.
           2.  The [1mGemfile.lock [22mmust be up to date
               In development, you can modify your Gemfile(5)  and  re-run  [1mbundle[0m
               [1minstall [22mto [4mconservatively[24m [4mupdate[24m your [1mGemfile.lock [22msnapshot.
               In  deployment, your [1mGemfile.lock [22mshould be up-to-date with changes
               made in your Gemfile(5).
           3.  Gems are installed to [1mvendor/bundle [22mnot your default  system  loca-
               In  development,  it's  convenient  to  share the gems used in your
               application with other applications and other scripts  run  on  the
               In  deployment, isolation is a more important default. In addition,
               the user deploying the  application  may  not  have  permission  to
               install  gems to the system, or the web server may not have permis-
               sion to read them.
               As a result, [1mbundle install --deployment [22minstalls gems to the  [1mven-[0m
               [1mdor/bundle  [22mdirectory  in  the  application. This may be overridden
               using the [1m--path [22moption.
    [1mSUDO USAGE[0m
           By default, bundler installs gems to the same location as [1mgem install[22m.
           In some cases, that location may not be writable by your Unix user.  In
           that case, bundler will stage everything in a temporary directory, then
           ask you for your [1msudo [22mpassword in order to copy  the  gems  into  their
           system location.
           From  your  perspective,  this  is  identical  to  installing them gems
           directly into the system.
           You should never use [1msudo bundle install[22m. This is because several other
           steps in [1mbundle install [22mmust be performed as the current user:
           +o   Updating your [1mGemfile.lock[0m
           +o   Updating your [1mvendor/cache[22m, if necessary
           +o   Checking out private git repositories using your user's SSH keys
           Of  these  three,  the  first  two  could theoretically be performed by
           [1mchown[22ming the resulting files to [1m$SUDO_USER[22m.  The  third,  however,  can
           only  be  performed by actually invoking the [1mgit [22mcommand as the current
           user. Therefore, git gems are downloaded and installed  into  [1m~/.bundle[0m
           rather than $GEM_HOME or $BUNDLE_PATH.
           As  a  result,  you  should run [1mbundle install [22mas the current user, and
           bundler will ask for your password if it is needed to put the gems into
           their final location.
           By  default, [1mbundle install [22mwill install all gems in all groups in your
           Gemfile(5), except those declared for a different platform.
           However, you can explicitly tell bundler  to  skip  installing  certain
           groups  with  the [1m--without [22moption. This option takes a space-separated
           list of groups.
           While the [1m--without [22moption will skip [4minstalling[24m the gems in the  speci-
           fied  groups, it will still [4mdownload[24m those gems and use them to resolve
           the dependencies of every gem in your Gemfile(5).
           This is so that installing a different set of groups on another machine
           (such  as  a  production  server) will not change the gems and versions
           that you have already developed and tested against.
           [1mBundler offers a rock-solid guarantee that the third-party code you are[0m
           [1mrunning in development and testing is also the third-party code you are[0m
           [1mrunning in production. You can choose to exclude some of that  code  in[0m
           [1mdifferent  environments,  but  you  will never be caught flat-footed by[0m
           [1mdifferent versions of third-party code being used in different environ-[0m
           For a simple illustration, consider the following Gemfile(5):
               source ""
               gem "sinatra"
               group :production do
                 gem "rack-perftools-profiler"
           In  this  case,  [1msinatra  [22mdepends on any version of Rack ([1m>= 1.0[22m, while
           [1mrack-perftools-profiler [22mdepends on 1.x ([1m~> 1.0[22m).
           When you run [1mbundle install --without  production  [22min  development,  we
           look  at the dependencies of [1mrack-perftools-profiler [22mas well. That way,
           you do not spend all your time developing against Rack 2.0,  using  new
           APIs  unavailable  in Rack 1.x, only to have bundler switch to Rack 1.2
           when the [1mproduction [22mgroup [4mis[24m used.
           This should not cause any problems  in  practice,  because  we  do  not
           attempt  to  [1minstall [22mthe gems in the excluded groups, and only evaluate
           as part of the dependency resolution process.
           This also means that you cannot include different versions of the  same
           gem  in  different  groups,  because doing so would result in different
           sets of dependencies used in development and production. Because of the
           vagaries  of  the  dependency  resolution process, this usually affects
           more than just the gems you list in your Gemfile(5), and can  (surpris-
           ingly) radically change the gems you are using.
           Some  options  (marked  above  in  the  [4mOPTIONS[24m section) are remembered
           between calls to [1mbundle install[22m, and by the Bundler runtime.
           For instance, if you run [1mbundle install --without  test[22m,  a  subsequent
           call  to  [1mbundle  install  [22mthat  does not include a [1m--without [22mflag will
           remember your previous choice.
           In addition, a call to [1mBundler.setup [22mwill not attempt to make the  gems
           in  those  groups  available  on  the  Ruby load path, as they were not
           The settings that are remembered are:
                  At runtime, this remembered setting will also result in  Bundler
                  raising an exception if the [1mGemfile.lock [22mis out of date.
           [1m--path [22mSubsequent  calls  to  [1mbundle  install  [22mwill install gems to the
                  directory originally passed to [1m--path[22m. The Bundler runtime  will
                  look  for  gems  in that location. You can revert this option by
                  running [1mbundle install --system[22m.
                  Bundler will update the executables  every  subsequent  call  to
                  [1mbundle install[22m.
                  As  described  above,  Bundler  will  skip the gems specified by
                  [1m--without [22min subsequent calls to  [1mbundle  install[22m.  The  Bundler
                  runtime will also not try to make the gems in the skipped groups
           When you run [1mbundle install[22m, Bundler will persist the  full  names  and
           versions  of all gems that you used (including dependencies of the gems
           specified in the Gemfile(5)) into a file called [1mGemfile.lock[22m.
           Bundler uses this file in all subsequent calls to [1mbundle install[22m, which
           guarantees that you always use the same exact code, even as your appli-
           cation moves across machines.
           Because of the way dependency resolution works, even a seemingly  small
           change (for instance, an update to a point-release of a dependency of a
           gem in your Gemfile(5)) can result in radically  different  gems  being
           needed to satisfy all dependencies.
           As  a  result, you [1mSHOULD [22mcheck your [1mGemfile.lock [22minto version control.
           If you do not, every machine that checks out your repository (including
           your production server) will resolve all dependencies again, which will
           result in different versions of third-party code being used if  [1many  [22mof
           the  gems  in  the  Gemfile(5)  or  any of their dependencies have been
           When you make a change to the Gemfile(5) and then run  [1mbundle  install[22m,
           Bundler will update only the gems that you modified.
           In  other  words,  if  a  gem that you [1mdid not modify [22mworked before you
           called [1mbundle install[22m, it will continue to use the exact same  versions
           of all dependencies as it used before the update.
           Let's take a look at an example. Here's your original Gemfile(5):
               source ""
               gem "actionpack", "2.3.8"
               gem "activemerchant"
           In  this  case, both [1mactionpack [22mand [1mactivemerchant [22mdepend on [1mactivesup-[0m
           [1mport[22m. The [1mactionpack [22mgem depends on [1mactivesupport  2.3.8  [22mand  [1mrack  ~>[0m
           [1m1.1.0[22m,  while the [1mactivemerchant [22mgem depends on [1mactivesupport >= 2.3.2[22m,
           [1mbraintree >= 2.0.0[22m, and [1mbuilder >= 2.0.0[22m.
           When  the  dependencies  are  first  resolved,  Bundler   will   select
           [1mactivesupport  2.3.8[22m,  which satisfies the requirements of both gems in
           your Gemfile(5).
           Next, you modify your Gemfile(5) to:
               source ""
               gem "actionpack", "3.0.0.rc"
               gem "activemerchant"
           The [1mactionpack 3.0.0.rc [22mgem has  a  number  of  new  dependencies,  and
           updates  the [1mactivesupport [22mdependency to [1m= 3.0.0.rc [22mand the [1mrack [22mdepen-
           dency to [1m~> 1.2.1[22m.
           When you run [1mbundle install[22m,  Bundler  notices  that  you  changed  the
           [1mactionpack  [22mgem,  but not the [1mactivemerchant [22mgem. It evaluates the gems
           currently being used to satisfy its requirements:
           [1mactivesupport 2.3.8[0m
                  also used to satisfy a dependency in  [1mactivemerchant[22m,  which  is
                  not being updated
           [1mrack ~> 1.1.0[0m
                  not currently being used to satify another dependency
           Because  you did not explicitly ask to update [1mactivemerchant[22m, you would
           not expect it to suddenly stop working after updating [1mactionpack[22m.  How-
           ever,  satisfying  the new [1mactivesupport 3.0.0.rc [22mdependency of action-
           pack requires updating one of its dependencies.
           Even though [1mactivemerchant [22mdeclares a very loose dependency that  theo-
           retically  matches  [1mactivesupport 3.0.0.rc[22m, bundler treats gems in your
           Gemfile(5) that have not changed as an atomic unit together with  their
           dependencies. In this case, the [1mactivemerchant [22mdependency is treated as
           [1mactivemerchant 1.7.1 + activesupport  2.3.8[22m,  so  [1mbundle  install  [22mwill
           report that it cannot update [1mactionpack[22m.
           To explicitly update [1mactionpack[22m, including its dependencies which other
           gems in the Gemfile(5) still depend on, run  [1mbundle  update  actionpack[0m
           (see [1mbundle update(1)[22m).
           [1mSummary[22m:  In  general,  after  making  a change to the Gemfile(5) , you
           should first try to run [1mbundle install[22m, which will  guarantee  that  no
           other  gems  in the Gemfile(5) are impacted by the change. If that does
           not work, run bundle update(1) [4mbundle-update.1.html[24m.
                                       May 2011                  BUNDLE-INSTALL(1)
    mpapis committed Jun 5, 2011
  2. ignore RybMine configuration

    mpapis committed Jun 5, 2011
Commits on Jun 3, 2011
  1. Merge pull request #288 from shtirlic/patch-1

    "life" is the better word than "work" ;)
    wayneeseguin committed Jun 3, 2011
  2. Fix for zsh.

    wayneeseguin committed Jun 3, 2011
  3. Altered rvm loading.

    wayneeseguin committed Jun 3, 2011
Commits on Jun 2, 2011
  1. "life" is the better word than "work" ;)

    Serg Podtynnyi committed Jun 2, 2011
  2. Some manage cleanup.

    wayneeseguin committed Jun 2, 2011
  3. Merge!

    wayneeseguin committed Jun 2, 2011
  4. stars.

    wayneeseguin committed Jun 2, 2011
  5. Merge pull request #287 from mpapis/master

    fix order of params
    wayneeseguin committed Jun 2, 2011
  6. fix bundle binstubs

    mpapis committed Jun 2, 2011
  7. Merge pull request #286 from mpapis/master

    improved bundle command
    wayneeseguin committed Jun 2, 2011