Joined December 2012
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Peter Boling

Advisor at Karuna Health
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San Francisco Bay Area
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See my full writeup on the El Capitan Upgrade with Ruby, Homebrew, Java, QT, and other tools on my blog: http://www.railsbling.com/posts/el-capitan-homebrew-ruby-qt5-java/

What worked for me (snippet of my travis.yml):

env:
  - TEST_DIRECTORY=spec/models
    SPEC_OPTS="--color --profile"
  - TEST_DIRECTORY=spec/classes
    SPEC_OPTS="--color --profile"
...
script: xvfb-run bundle exec rspec $TEST_DIRECTORY
Posted to (Almost) Painless Removal of Gems over 1 year ago

In case it wasn't clear, the gems listed in the command are gems that are excluded from the uninstallation / cleaning, because they can't be removed.

Posted to CookieOverflow in Rails 4 over 1 year ago

@brad8711 - if you only want to make the change in test, then don't change the initializer, and add this line of code:

MyApp::Application.config.session_store :active_record_store

Somewhere that is only loaded by the test env. Perhaps config/environments/test.rb, or spec/spec_helper.rb.

Only problem is then you'll have a database schema that has different needs in different environments.

I would strongly discourage you from doing this.

If you use it, use it everywhere.

Posted to CookieOverflow in Rails 4 over 1 year ago

@fabian818, I did not say to do gem install. I said to add the gem to your Gemfile and then bundle install. If you skipped that then you will get the error you got.

I revised it a bit, so not more forking to cat:

if [ -f "$rvm_path/scripts/rvm" ] && [ -f ".ruby-version" ] && [ -f ".ruby-gemset" ]; then
  source "$rvm_path/scripts/rvm"
  RUBY_VERSION=$(< "$PWD/.ruby-version")
  RUBY_GEMSET=$(< "$PWD/.ruby-gemset")
  rvm $RUBY_VERSION@$RUBY_GEMSET
fi
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