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On Sun, Apr 15, 2012 at 2:38 PM, Brent Beer
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RvmAh, I thought you were arguing against different versions of ruby having different gemsets!

The safest and most reliable choice is RVM. However, if you’re already using Homebrew, you might find that an easier choice than RVM. The vanilla (out of the box) procedure is the least recommended, but may be necessary if you’re looking for a quick install or don’t want to install Xcode.

Different projects usually have their own gemset merely out of 'just in case' situations because it's so easy to manage and because they dont often change but the versions may differ slightly between projects
On Sun, Apr 15, 2012 at 12:09 PM, Amos King <[email protected]> wrote:
If your using bundle to load your dependencies then why would you have gemsets. I understand each version of Ruby will have it's own gemset. Why do you need project level gemsets?
On Sun, Apr 15, 2012 at 2:07 PM, Brent Beer <[email protected]> wrote:
Yes, I also work with ruby full time and have about 5 apps daily that I switch between as well, and never run into this problem due to gemsets, as is the case for the entire team (~9 people) that I work with.
If we didnt have these gemsets we'd be in dependency hell with apps ranging from 1.8.7 to 1.9.3 and everywhere in between.

On Sun, Apr 15, 2012 at 11:52 AM, Amos King <[email protected]> wrote:
Every time someone on my team updates gems, or if I have to stand up a new development machine, or starting a new project. Frequently enough that a useless feature if I'm using bundler is not worth my time. I write Ruby full time and have many projects that I work on. This is a frequent issue for me.
On Mon, Apr 9, 2012 at 1:15 PM, Brent Beer <[email protected]> wrote:
How many times do you need to reinstall gems?
On Mon, Apr 9, 2012 at 11:10 AM, Amos King <[email protected]> wrote:

Yes but my time is not and so waiting to reinstall a bunch of gems is worth not having gem sets.

On Apr 9, 2012 12:44 PM, 'Richard K Jordan' <[email protected]> wrote:
I am not a fan of the duplication, but drive space is no longer premium, so it hasn't grated enough to fix yet.
Jeff Barczewski <[email protected]> wrote:
>If you project needs to be able to generate apps in all my rubies (if one
>of its purposes is a generator) and be tested in each, then again it means
>installing for each and every ruby.
>
>Also when using bundler it did not have to reinstall the gems locally for
>each app, if it could find the appropriate versions in my gempaths, so I
>didn't need as much duplication across all my apps, it would just use the
>right gem already available.
>
>Maybe I am the only one who ever had these issues or disliked all the
>duplication :-)
>
>
>
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>On Mon, Apr 9, 2012 at 12:08 PM, Amos King <[email protected]> wrote:
>
>> Run the version you want when starting the app. Or create a gemfile first.
>> On Apr 9, 2012 12:06 PM, 'Jeff Barczewski' <[email protected]>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> For apps, I agree, using bundler is great.
>>>
>>> However you do often need some gems installed before you drop into
>>> working in an app, for instance you need to run rails to generate an app,
>>> so you often need certain things installed before you jump into working in
>>> an app.
>>>
>>> So it is for these things that you need outside of an app that gemsets
>>> are nice (but duplicated in every ruby I would use).
>>>
>>> On Mon, Apr 9, 2012 at 12:04 PM, Amos King wrote:
>>>
>>>> Use bundler and not gemsets was my suggestion.
>>>> On Apr 9, 2012 12:00 PM, 'Jeff Barczewski' <[email protected]>
>>>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> I don't know if anyone is interested, but as an experiment, I created a
>>>>> replacement for rvm (called brb, which is short for Bundled Rubies or
>>>>> Bundled Ruby) that allowed you to install arbitrary rubies, and gemsets
>>>>> using bundler and it supported the idea of sharing gems across projects (so
>>>>> you woudn't need to have multiple copies even across rubies if they were
>>>>> pure ruby). It leveraged having multiple ruby gemset_paths. It worked more
>>>>> like bundler in the fact that you would specify things you want (all the
>>>>> rubies and gemsets) then run build and it would go out and build everything
>>>>> for you.
>>>>>
>>>>> I had done this because I didn't like how RVM worked (duplicating so
>>>>> many gems) and how complicated the code was (I was trying to find a bug
>>>>> buried in nested undocumented shell scripts with no tests).
>>>>>
>>>>> I got it all working but was going to go back and refactor into
>>>>> something nicer, but also realized that I was using a feature in bash
>>>>> called associated arrays which was added in bash version 4 which has been
>>>>> out for a while, but the default Mac OS X was bash 3, so this was not ideal
>>>>> (especially considering the number of Mac users using ruby).
>>>>>
>>>>> It was after this that I switched to node.js development and didn't
>>>>> work on it much since.
>>>>>
>>>>> If anyone is interested I could put it up on github, but I haven't had
>>>>> time to refine it and/or figure out what to do with converting from
>>>>> associated arrays (if it was to be able to use on Mac OS X without
>>>>> upgrading bash).
>>>>>
>>>>> All the best,
>>>>>
>>>>> Jeff
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> On Monday, 9 April 2012 11:00:05 UTC-5, Michael Bishop wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Bundler is essential and if you work on multiple projects, there is
>>>>>> virtually no way to get around multiple copies of gems on your machine.
>>>>>> Gemsests + RVM help keep conflicts down.
>>>>>>
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