Package: rails / 2:4.1.8-1+deb8u4

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Description: Be careful with that bundler
 on Debian, Rails must preferably use Debian packages, while not stopping the
 users to get stuff from Rubygems if they want.
 .
 This way, when creating a new application, we run `bundle install --local`
 instead of `bundle install`, to make sure bundler does not download anything
 from Rubygems. That's not because I don't like Rubygems, but because
 everything the user will need to run this new app (sqlite3, sass-rails,
 coffee-rails) is already installed by means of Debian packages. If the user
 does want to use Rubygems packages after that, she will just edit the Gemfile,
 run `bundle install`, and bundler will do its thing as usual.
 .
 This is patch is most probably Debian-specific.
Author: Antonio Terceiro <terceiro@debian.org>

--- rails.orig/railties/lib/rails/generators/app_base.rb
+++ rails/railties/lib/rails/generators/app_base.rb
@@ -323,11 +323,9 @@ module Rails
         # We unset temporary bundler variables to load proper bundler and Gemfile.
         #
         # Thanks to James Tucker for the Gem tricks involved in this call.
-        _bundle_command = Gem.bin_path('bundler', 'bundle')
-
         require 'bundler'
         Bundler.with_clean_env do
-          output = `"#{Gem.ruby}" "#{_bundle_command}" #{command}`
+          output = `"#{Gem.ruby}" "/usr/bin/bundle" #{command}`
           print output unless options[:quiet]
         end
       end
@@ -341,7 +339,7 @@ module Rails
       end
 
       def run_bundle
-        bundle_command('install') if bundle_install?
+        bundle_command('install --local') if bundle_install?
       end
 
       def generate_spring_binstubs