When i am create new project "rails new newProject", ruby create rails
files and next automaticly launch bundle install and setup standart
gems:


C:\Sites>rails new demo
create README.rdoc
.
.
.
create vendor/plugins/.git
run bundle install
.
.
.



Where is standart gemfile location? Or how change standart set of gems?

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  • Soldier.coder at Feb 17, 2012 at 5:49 am
    If you want to find where a particular gem is:

    Given: heroku gem is installed
    When: you want to see where it is
    Then:

    $ gem which heroku
    /home/soldiercoder/.rvm/gems/ruby-1.9.2-p290/gems/heroku-2.20.0/lib/
    heroku.rb

    Cheers,

    SC




    On Feb 16, 11:40 pm, Maxim Baluev wrote:
    When i am create new project "rails new newProject", ruby create rails
    files and next automaticly launch bundle install and setup standart
    gems:

    C:\Sites>rails new demo
    create  README.rdoc
    .
    .
    .
    create  vendor/plugins/.git
    run  bundle install
    .
    .
    .

    Where is standart gemfile location? Or how change standart set of gems?

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  • Boško Ivanišević at Feb 17, 2012 at 7:28 am
    According to your command prompt you are using Windows where standard file
    location is:

    <path_to_your_ruby_installation_folder>\lib\ruby\gems\1.9.1\gems

    for Ruby 1.9, and for ruby 1.8

    <path_to_your_ruby_installation_folder>\lib\ruby\gems\1.8\gems


    Cheers,
    Boško Ivanišević
    http://pragdevnotes.com

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  • Colin Law at Feb 17, 2012 at 9:40 am

    On 17 February 2012 04:40, Maxim Baluev wrote:
    When i am create new project "rails new newProject", ruby create rails
    files and next automaticly launch bundle install and setup standart
    gems:


    C:\Sites>rails new demo
    create  README.rdoc
    .
    .
    .
    create  vendor/plugins/.git
    run  bundle install
    .
    .
    .



    Where is standart gemfile location? Or how change standart set of gems?
    Your question may be ambiguous. If you are looking for the file
    Gemfile where you specify which gems you want then it is in the top
    level folder of the new rails project, so C:\Sites\demo\Gemfile in the
    case above.

    Colin

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  • Anna Vester at Feb 17, 2012 at 9:55 am

    On Thu, Feb 16, 2012 at 10:40 PM, Maxim Baluev wrote:

    When i am create new project "rails new newProject", ruby create rails
    files and next automaticly launch bundle install and setup standart
    gems:


    C:\Sites>rails new demo
    create README.rdoc
    .
    .
    .
    create vendor/plugins/.git
    run bundle install
    .
    .
    The Gemfile is typically located at the root of your app, in your case it
    will be in demo

    So, you could

    C:\Sites>cd demo
    C:\Sites>type Gemfile

    you can modify that file and then re-run it with a command "bundle" or
    "bundle install"

    Hope this helps,

    Anna

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