14 Dec '12, 9am

Using Bundler with RubyMotion

If you don't have a RubyMotion app yet, generate one. $ motion create myapp $ cd myapp You'll need to create a Gemfile. Here we're using bubblewrap. gem ' bubble-wrap' Then, set up your Rakefile to require your bundled gems at compile time. Add this to the top of the file, right beneath the line `require 'motion/project'` require ' bundler' Bundler .require Next, install your dependencies: $ bundle install Now you can just compile your app as normal. $ rake

Full article: http://gembundler.com/v1.2/rubymotion.html

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