Package: rails / 2:4.1.8-1
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|be carefull with that bundler.patch | (download)||
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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.