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$ sudo gem update --system Password: Updating Ruby Gems Updating rubygems-update Successfully installed rubygems-update-1.3.0 ERROR: While executing gem ... Other Changes Include: * `gem help install` now describes _version_ argument to executable stubs * `gem help environment` describes environment variables and ~/.gemrc and /etc/gemrc * On-disk gemspecs are now read in UTF-8 and written with a UTF-8 magic comment * Rakefile * If the SETUP_OPTIONS environment variable is set, pass its contents as arguments to * lib/rubygems/* Remove deprecated constant warnings and really deprecate them. * lib/rubygems/remote_* Now uses ~/.gem/cache if the cache dir in GEM_HOME is not writable.(Name Error) undefined local variable or method `remote_gemspecs' for #NOTE: Ruby Gems 1.1 and 1.2 have problems upgrading when there is no rubygems-update installed. * lib/rubygems/source_* Deprecate options to 'search' other than Gem:: Dependency instances and issue warning until November 2008.
* Fetching specs for update now uses If-Modified-Since requests. * Ruby Gems now loads all cache files even if latest has been loaded. * Ruby Gems checks for support of development dependencies for #to_ruby. * Now specifications from the future can be loaded. If you have an older version of Ruby Gems installed, then you can still do it in two steps: $ gem install rubygems-update (again, might need to be admin/root) $ update_rubygems (... If you find a bug where Ruby Gems crashes, please provide debug output. Alternate sources will need to upgrade to Ruby Gems 1.2 to allow Ruby Gems to take advantage of the new metadata updater.If a pre 1.2 remote source is in the sources list, Ruby Gems will revert to the bulk update code for compatibility.It assumes the reader has some familiarity with the Ruby programming language and the Rails web-development framework.I focus on the Documents List API for most of the samples, but the same concepts can be applied to any of the Data APIs. Client Login allows your application to programmatically log in users to their Google or Google Apps account.* Ruby Gems will now require rubygems/defaults/operating_and rubygems/defaults/#if they exist.
This allows packagers and ruby implementers to add custom behavior to Ruby Gems via these files.* Added Gem.find_files, allows a gem to discover features provided by other gems. * Gem:: Uninstaller#remove_all now calls Gem:: Uninstaller#uninstall_gem so hooks get called. If you have a recent version of Ruby Gems (0.8.5 or later), then all you need to do is: $ gem update --system (you might need to be admin/root) NOTE: Ruby Gems 1.1 and 1.2 have problems upgrading when there is no rubygems-update installed.* Added pre/post (un)install hooks for packagers of Ruby Gems. * Ruby Gems now installs gems into ~/if GEM_HOME is not writable. You will need to follow the second set of update instructions if you see "Nothing to update". INSTALL WITH: ruby (you may need admin/root privilege) == To File Bugs The Ruby Gems bug tracker can be found on Ruby Forge at: More on that later but right now I’ve setup a Nu Get package that you add to your own creation to get all the functionality of a creature in Terrarium. Packages I could push and push and push and never make public then with the click of a button publish the version from My Get upstream to Nu Get.The problem was is that I was manually editing a batch file every time I built a new version and pushing that build up to Nu Get. In addition to a few pages of documentation on My Get I stumbled over Xavier Decoster’s blog post on how he does it with his Re Sharper Razor extension.Once you click it you’ll be taken to a page where you enter the details of your new feed. The first part of the URL is already filled in for you but you specify whatever you want.