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Support for "local" Gemfile - Gemfile.local (Feature #506)
please consider to support a local Gemfile so edit source file Gemfile is not needed, this is e.g. required to run cp with unicorn:
bundle exec unicorn_rails -E production
my patch suggestion: (also fixes faulty ignores for hg)
|related to Feature #290: Add bundler||Closed||2011-03-18|
Not a full-blown plugin - just a folder in
vendor/plugins to put your Gemfile in.
I know, this seems like a weird work-around, but on the other hand, it would save us from another exception/special rule. And nobody knows, what this might buy us in the future.
This is just a proposal to fix your problem with minimal effort. If this is not feasible, please tell us.
Thought of a use case where we will need a Gemfile.local (and one that I'll be using more and more).
Plugins installed as gems... A Gemfile.local would let you add gem plugins in there, which would then let them include their own dependencies as part of rubygems itself.
This will especially become important with Rails 3 since it makes having gem plugins (engines) easier.
- Target version set to 2.1.0
- Assignee set to Eric Davis
- Category set to Libraries
- Status changed from Closed to Open