Last Updated: February 25, 2016
· timmoore

Keeping Your Bundler Gems Isolated

I recently switched my laptop from rvm to rbenv.

The first time I ran bundle install in a project, it installed all of the gems into the gem directory for the Ruby version I was using with rbenv. I was hoping it would keep them isolated to the project.

Although it's not automatic, this is easy to do:
bundle config path vendor/bundle
Now bundler will install all gems into the vendor/bundle directory of each of your projects. You should probably add that directory to .gitignore.

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If you want to be suuuper lazy, you can even do bundle config path ./bundle/gems, since you've probably already gitignored .bundle.

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