15 Jan '13, 1am

When you have more balls than brains, tell the Bundler dev that he's wrong about Bundler

Luis Lavena says:Agree, there is no good reason for that. I believe the argument is associated with packaged gems (vendor/cache) bundled with your application. The other is incorrect versioning (having a Windows gem like 1.2.1.1 while the non-Windows is 1.2.1) I’m still pinging them to fix the heroku toolbelt, leave alone the buildpack January 8, 2013 at 2:30 pm André Arko says:Heroku uses unix boxes. Windows lockfiles can’t reliably be installed onto unix boxes. That’s a pretty big reason. January 14, 2013 at 9:25 pm Joseph Palermo says:Gemfile.lock can support different versions on different platforms. Bundler handles this just fine. Heroku should just use the bundled versions for the platform it is on, and ignore the windows ones. January 15, 2013 at 11:47 am

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