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Fixed a few typos in upgrade-notes.txt #2238

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@codebykat

Just a couple quick things I noticed when I upgraded :)

@mpapis
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can you please move the changed points to the end - we use diff and display the incoming changes to the user - without moving to the end only the changed lines would appear without proper context or ending.

@codebykat

Oh, I see. Okay, reordered. :smiley:

@mpapis
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https://travis-ci.org/wayneeseguin/rvm/builds/12032683#L249 - still not good, can you move the initially changed lines to the end of the file?

@mpapis mpapis closed this in 46194ee
@mpapis
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I had to play a bit to make it display properly in the diff, hopefully it will not conflict with older version, we need to find better format for newer versions so the notes can be improved without creating conflicts, possibly separate files - but then it's work for RVM 2.

@codebykat

OK cool! Sorry, that ended up being a lot of trouble for a couple lousy typos. :sweat_smile:

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@@ -19,13 +19,6 @@
* Optionally you can run \`rvm tools rvm-env ruby bash\` which will generate
shebang wrappers for easier selecting ruby in scripts.
- * RVM comes with set of default gems including 'bundler', 'rake', 'rubygems-bundler' and 'rvm' gems,
- if you do not wish to get this gems install RVM with this flag: --without-gems="rvm rubygems-bundler"
- this option is remembered, it's enough to use it once.
-
- * If you wish to get more default(global) gems installed, install RVM with this flag: --with-gems="pry vagrant"
- this option is remembered, it's enough to use it once.
-
* Binary rubies are installed by default if available, you can read about it in help:
rvm help install
rvm help mount
@@ -44,13 +37,20 @@
* To update RVM loading code run 'rvm get ... --auto-dotfiles'
- * RVM will try automatically use available package manager, might require `sudo`,
+ * RVM 1.20 changes default behavior of Autolibs to Enabled - if you prefer the 1.19 behavior
+ then run "rvm autolibs read-fail", read more details: rvm help autolibs
+
+ * RVM comes with a set of default gems including 'bundler', 'rake', 'rubygems-bundler' and 'rvm' gems;
+ if you do not wish to get these gems, install RVM with this flag: --without-gems="rvm rubygems-bundler"
+ this option is remembered, it's enough to use it once.
+
+ * If you wish to get more default(global) gems installed, install RVM with this flag: --with-gems="pry vagrant"
+ this option is remembered, it's enough to use it once.
+
+ * RVM will try to automatically use available package manager, might require `sudo`,
read more about it in `rvm help autolibs`
- * RVM 1.20.12 removes thee automated --progress-bar from curl options,
+ * RVM 1.20.12 removes the automated --progress-bar from curl options,
if you liked this then you can restore this behavior with:
- echo progress-bar >> ~/.curlrc
-
- * RVM 1.20 changes default behavior of Autolibs to Enabled - if you prefer the 1.19 behavior
- then run "rvm autolibs read-fail", read more details: rvm help autolibs
+ echo progress-bar >> ~/.curlrc
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