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Y U TOOK ME SO LONG??? #bundler #rvm #ruby #binstubs

January 5, 2012 Tagged: rvm bundler binstubs Comments (View) Use Bundler’s binstubs! If you’re not using bundler’s binstubs with RVM integration yet, you should give it a try! This means you don’t have to type “bundle exec” ever again. Setup: One time, run chmod +x $rvm_path/hooks/after_cd_bundler Once for each project, run bundle install -—binstubs With rvm integration enabled, the “bin” directory is added to your path each time you cd into a project directory with binstubs. That means you can just run “rake”. If you aren’t ignoring the “bin” directory in your project, you should do so:

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