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Episode #138 - January 4, 2011

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The RubyConf 2010 videos, Vim, command-line tools, Bundler, RubyGems, translations, and more are all on this episode of Ruby5.

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  • RubyConf Videos
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  • Vim Ruby Blocks
  • Refactoring
  • Command Line
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  • RubyGems 1.4.1
  • bundle update
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Don't ever ruby bundle update Jump to Story

Alex, on the Optimis Dev blog, wrote an article to remind developers not to ever run bundle update. At least ,not most of the time. Bundle update is used only when updating an already-existing dependency with your Gemfile. More often useful is just the plain-old bundle install for adding a new dependency. Know your tools, people, or you could put an eye out.

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