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Episode #291 - July 24th, 2012

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We talk about Sublime editing, implicit gemsets with Bundler & rbenv, really secure HTTPS with HSTS headers, easy graph output with Graphene and Rubies in Gemfiles thanks to Heroku's new Bundler 1.2.0-RC compatible Ruby buildpack.

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  • Try Git
  • Sublime Text 2
  • Implicit Gemsets
  • HTTPS with HSTS
  • Graphene
  • Heroku & Bundler 1.2.0-RC
  • Ruby5

Implicit Gemsets with rbenv Jump to Story

Tyler Hunt wrote up a post about his experience setting up a new Rails environment by using rbenv instead of RVM, and how he replaced Gemsets. Some don't enjoy having to use 'bundle exec' before every executable gem, considering for instance that it can add to the overall execution time. Thanks to binstubs — a neat feature of Bundler that tells it to systematically install gems inside of “bin” directory within the application’s root folder — you can make sure that local gems are executed first before any other gem you might have installed on your system, or under the current Ruby version in rbenv.

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