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Updated language flow, typos, and syntax.

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Deryl R. Doucette
Deryl R. Doucette committed Oct 24, 2011
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There is no need to do anything to make bundler work with RVM, but there
- is one thing about bundler that makes it harder to use - by default bundler
- does not generate wrappers for gem binaries. To use proper version of gem
- binary users a forced to prefix every command with `bundle exec` this makes
- working in console rather painful. Fortunately there are solutions that
- allow to just write binary names - and binary from gem specified in Gemfile
- will be used.
+ is one thing about bundler that makes it harder to use. By default, bundler
+ does not generate wrappers for gem binaries. To make use of the proper version
+ of a gem binary, users are forced to prefix every command with `bundle exec`.
+ This makes working in the console rather painful. Fortunately, there are solutions
+ that allow us to just write binary names; the binary from 'gem' specified in the
+ Gemfile will be used.
%h2 RVM hook
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- Thanks to Rick DeNatale we have now a hook that automatically will append
- BUNDLE_BIN path to PATH when changing directories.
+ Thanks to Rick DeNatale, we now have a hook that automatically will append
+ BUNDLE_BIN path to the PATH when changing directories.
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Enabling hook
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bundle install --binstubs=./bundler_stubs
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- From now any project which was generated this way will automatically
+ From now on, any project which was generated this way will automatically
add ./bundler_stubs to the PATH.
%h2 rubygems-bundler gem
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- Another solution for this problem is gem which makes bundler and rubygems
- generate binaries wrappers that are aware of bundler, it was discussed with
- rubygems and bundler teams, as they did not really like the solution be
- warned they will most likely not support it.
+ Another solution for this problem is a gem which makes bundler and rubygems
+ generate binary wrappers that are aware of bundler. It was discussed with
+ the rubygems and bundler teams, however,they did not really like the solution.
+ Be forewarned, they will most likely not support it.
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Installation:
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rubygems-bundler @ github
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- To make it fully working bundler 1.1 is required (which is not yet released),
- but fortunately the rubygems plugins enabled bundler is also available for
+ To make it fully working, bundler 1.1 is required (which is not yet released).
+ Fortunately, the rubygems plugins enabled bundler is also available for
installation:
%pre.code
:preserve
gem install mpapis-bundler
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- As `mpapis-bundler` already depends on `rubygems-bundler` you could skip
+ As `mpapis-bundler` already depends on `rubygems-bundler` you could skip the
previous step. `mpapis-bundler` uses only code that is already in the commit
- tree of bundler - so you do not have to worry about compatibility.
+ tree of bundler, so you do not have to worry about compatibility.
%h2
Community Resources
%ul
%li
- You can read bundler's README on
+ You can read bundler's README at
%a{:href => "http://github.com/carlhuda/bundler"}
GitHub

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