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I'm having a problem whereby:
bundle install --without development:test ./vendor/bundle --binstubs bin/ --deployment
is running fine (using ruby version 1.9.3-p194) i.e.
Fetching gem metadata from https://rubygems.org/.......
Installing rake (0.9.2.2)
Your bundle is complete! It was installed into ./vendor/bundle
...however, rake is then refusing to work:
$ bundle exec rake -T
Could not find rake-0.9.2.2 in any of the sources
Run `bundle install` to install missing gems.
Running bundle show rake gives me:
bundle show rake
...shouldn't this be:
...seeing as I'm using 1.9.3? ...can't get it to work whatever I do.
Any suggestions appreciated (it's on CentOS where I'm having the problem).
I think this is related to #211.
Did you tried to add you bin/ directory to the PATH variable?
Turns out that adding [ -f ~/.bash_profile ] && source ~/.bash_profile to .bashrc makes things work. I'm not an expert on .bash* files and when they get loaded so not sure why this makes it work.
[ -f ~/.bash_profile ] && source ~/.bash_profile
Maybe this is interesting for you: ".bash_profile vs .bashrc" http://www.joshstaiger.org/archives/2005/07/bash_profile_vs.html
It should probably be mentioned somewhere in the readme, something like:
eval "$(rbenv init -)"
if [ -f ~/.bashrc ]; then
I'm happy to submit a documentation patch.
@thelucid: Perhaps referring people to a complete documentation example would be more beneficial.
.bash_profile is for login shells, which is the 99% use-case for rbenv. Please remember to always use a login shell when using rbenv.