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  • Gem::Specification Reference

    docs.rubygems.org 05 Apr '13, 8pm

    Most gems contain pure Ruby code; they should simply leave the default value in place. Some gems contain C (or other) code to be compiled into a Ruby “extension”. The should leave the default value in place unless their code will only compile on a certain type of system. Some gems con...

  • User Guide

    docs.rubygems.org 27 Jul '12, 7am

    gem query --remote # shortcut: gem q -R you see will a detailed list of all the gems on the remote server. Sample output (heavily abbreviated): *** REMOTE GEMS *** activerecord (0.8.4, 0.8.3, 0.8.2, 0.8.1, 0.8.0, 0.7.6, 0.7.5) Implements the ActiveRecord pattern for ORM. BlueCloth (0....

  • RubyGems User Guide | RubyGems Manuals

    docs.rubygems.org 13 Jun '12, 3am

    Because RubyGems provides support for version comparisons, we want to pick a policy that works well with the RubyGems comparisons and gives the end user what they expect. We call such a policy “rational”. Also, if we call non-working policies “irrational”, then we apply a little bit o...

  • RubyGems User Guide | RubyGems Manuals

    docs.rubygems.org 04 Mar '12, 8pm

    NoSecurity – Well, no security at all. Signed packages are treated like unsigned packages. LowSecurity – Pretty much no security. If a package is signed then RubyGems will make sure the signature matches the signing certificate, and that the signing certificate hasn’t expired, but tha...

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  • RubyGems User Guide | RubyGems Manuals

    docs.rubygems.org 22 Apr '12, 9pm

    1.1 Really Quick Start Question: I’ve installed RubyGems and I want to install Rails (for example). How do I do that? Answer: gem install rails 1.2 What is a Gem? A gem is a packaged Ruby application or library. It has a name (e.g. rake ) and a version (e.g. 0.4.16 ). Gems are managed...

  • gem Command Reference | RubyGems Manuals

    docs.rubygems.org 13 May '12, 8am

    Usage: gem install GEMNAME [options] Options: -v, --version VERSION Specify version of gem to install -l, --local Restrict operations to the LOCAL domain (default) -r, --remote Restrict operations to the REMOTE domain -b, --both Allow LOCAL and REMOTE operations -i, --install-dir DIR ...

  • User Guide

    docs.rubygems.org 04 May '13, 7pm

    5.1 Basic Versions The concept of a version is central to the RubyGems packaging scheme. Every gem package is assigned a version string consisting of digits and periods (e.g. “1.3.122 ”). The gem command line program and the gem Ruby command both take version constraint arguments. The...

  • Gem::Specification Reference

    docs.rubygems.org 21 Mar '13, 5am

    Most gems contain pure Ruby code; they should simply leave the default value in place. Some gems contain C (or other) code to be compiled into a Ruby “extension”. The should leave the default value in place unless their code will only compile on a certain type of system. Some gems con...

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