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∴ rvm use [ruby-string]
Setup current shell to use a specific ruby version.
For a list of currently installed ruby string please run
∴ rvm list
To create a gemset if it does not already exist:
∴ rvm --create 1.9.2@funky
For creating a project .rvmrc file - From within the app's root_dir:
∴ rvm --rvmrc 1.9.2@funky
Above commands can be also combined to do it all in one pass:
∴ rvm --rvmrc --create use 1.9.2@funky
Using /home/mpapis/.rvm/gems/ruby-1.9.2-p290 with gemset funky
Do not forget to check the generated .rvmrc file - it contains many useful
comments. Note you must still 'rvm rvmrc trust' the newly created .rvmrc
If you attempt to use a ruby that is not installed and install-on-use is
not enabled, rvm will tell you the command necessary to install the
requested ruby.
∴ rvm use 1.9.3
ruby-1.9.3 is not installed.
To install do: 'rvm install ruby-1.9.3'
Also, an environment variable "rvm_recommended_ruby" will contain the
command. Using tab completion will expedite executing it.
∴ $rvm_recommended_ruby
Please see documentation for further information:
Also, you can combine the new flags --ruby-version and --version-conf
∴ rvm --create --ruby-version use 1.9.2@funky
Using /home/mpapis/.rvm/gems/ruby-1.9.2-p290 with gemset funky
∴ rvm --create --versions-conf use 1.9.2@funky
Using /home/mpapis/.rvm/gems/ruby-1.9.2-p290 with gemset funky
These files do not need to be trusted, however, if a .rvmrc file
exists, it will override the use of .ruby-version or .versions.conf!
Please see the documentation for further information:
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