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Convert to .ruby-version

.ruby-version provides a common interface to ruby version managers, and
resolves deprecation warnings introduced in rvm such as:

    You are using '.rvmrc', it requires trusting, it is slower and it is not
    compatible with other ruby managers, you can switch to '.ruby-version' using
    'rvm rvmrc to [.]ruby-version' or ignore this warnings with 'rvm rvmrc
    warning ignore /Users/caleb/code/camper_van/.rvmrc', '.rvmrc' will continue
    to be the default project file in RVM 1 and RVM 2, to ignore the warning for
    all files run 'rvm rvmrc warning ignore all.rvmrcs'.

[A Common .ruby-version File For Ruby Projects](https://gist.github.com/fnichol/1912050)

I've also extracted .ruby-gemset, which rvm will recognize.
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-#!/usr/bin/env bash
-
-# This is an RVM Project .rvmrc file, used to automatically load the ruby
-# development environment upon cd'ing into the directory
-
-# First we specify our desired <ruby>[@<gemset>], the @gemset name is optional.
-environment_id="1.9.3@camper_van"
-
-#
-# Uncomment the following lines if you want to verify rvm version per project
-#
-# rvmrc_rvm_version="1.10.1" # 1.10.1 seams as a safe start
-# eval "$(echo ${rvm_version}.${rvmrc_rvm_version} | awk -F. '{print "[[ "$1*65536+$2*256+$3" -ge "$4*65536+$5*256+$6" ]]"}' )" || {
-# echo "This .rvmrc file requires at least RVM ${rvmrc_rvm_version}, aborting loading."
-# return 1
-# }
-#
-
-#
-# Uncomment following line if you want options to be set only for given project.
-#
-# PROJECT_JRUBY_OPTS=( --1.9 )
-#
-# The variable PROJECT_JRUBY_OPTS requires the following to be run in shell:
-#
-# chmod +x ${rvm_path}/hooks/after_use_jruby_opts
-#
-
-#
-# First we attempt to load the desired environment directly from the environment
-# file. This is very fast and efficient compared to running through the entire
-# CLI and selector. If you want feedback on which environment was used then
-# insert the word 'use' after --create as this triggers verbose mode.
-#
-if [[ -d "${rvm_path:-$HOME/.rvm}/environments" \
- && -s "${rvm_path:-$HOME/.rvm}/environments/$environment_id" ]]
-then
- \. "${rvm_path:-$HOME/.rvm}/environments/$environment_id"
-
- if [[ -s "${rvm_path:-$HOME/.rvm}/hooks/after_use" ]]
- then
- . "${rvm_path:-$HOME/.rvm}/hooks/after_use"
- fi
-else
- # If the environment file has not yet been created, use the RVM CLI to select.
- if ! rvm --create use "$environment_id"
- then
- echo "Failed to create RVM environment '${environment_id}'."
- return 1
- fi
-fi
-
-#
-# If you use an RVM gemset file to install a list of gems (*.gems), you can have
-# it be automatically loaded. Uncomment the following and adjust the filename if
-# necessary.
-#
-# filename=".gems"
-# if [[ -s "$filename" ]]
-# then
-# rvm gemset import "$filename" | grep -v already | grep -v listed | grep -v complete | sed '/^$/d'
-# fi
-
-# If you use bundler, this might be useful to you:
-# if [[ -s Gemfile ]] && ! command -v bundle >/dev/null
-# then
-# printf "%b" "The rubygem 'bundler' is not installed. Installing it now.\n"
-# gem install bundler
-# fi
-# if [[ -s Gemfile ]] && command -v bundle
-# then
-# bundle install
-# fi
-
-if [[ $- == *i* ]] # check for interactive shells
-then
- echo "Using: $(tput setaf 2)$GEM_HOME$(tput sgr0)" # show the user the ruby and gemset they are using in green
-else
- echo "Using: $GEM_HOME" # don't use colors in interactive shells
-fi
-

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