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"The dependency tzinfo-data will be unused" on Ubuntu #12
When I run "rails new appname" command I get this message
but it didn't help.
The message is coming from Bundler (bundler/bundler#5003). It is not an error and can be ignored.
When you create a new Ruby on Rails application, a
gem 'tzinfo-data', platforms: [:mingw, :mswin, :x64_mingw, :jruby]
The purpose of this line is to include the tzinfo-data gem in the bundle on Windows to act as a source of time zone data. This gem is unnecessary on Ubuntu (and Unix-based systems in general) because the system includes time zone data that can be read directly by tzinfo.
If you want to get rid of the message you can do one of the following:
Each of these options would need to be carried out for each Rails application you create.
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Mar 5, 2017
Thank you philr, I was wondering( and I am a new to programming) how did you learn that? I see lots off folks know great things (like you in this post), but how did you acquire that knowledge? I hope to learn how to learn when it comes to programming. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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I read philir's answer, and thank you. It is nice to know that it is not an error message, but I am no longer able to (I am sorry if this is worded badly) program in the terminal anymore. My username and the '$' and the name of the directory I am in do not show up. I can type in the line and hit enter, but it is more like I am writing a paper now. No program is executing. I have tried exiting and reopening the terminal and running the program again, but it is always the same output.
I closed and reopened the terminal. This time I did not get the notification at the end when the program executed, but I still am having the typing issue.