|| at Aug 20, 2013 at 12:48 pm
The easiest way to uninstall an extension is to revert the commit that you
made when installing it. Typically, when installing a gem, after I add to
the gem to the gemfile, bundle, and run the install generator, I will do a
commit to git. If I ever need to uninstall it, I know exactly what has been
changed and can revert the changes with a single command.
If you don't use source control (and you should), what Weston said is the
On Monday, August 19, 2013 10:54:32 AM UTC-4, Matthew Dundas wrote:
I installed the spree_bootstrap extension. Unfortunately it didn't work,
i got alot of errors. I'll investigate later. But for now i want to
uninstall it so i can show other people my work.
How do i uninstall a spree extension?