rubygems with multi default gem problem
This issue may affect Ruby committers only.
This does not probably affect released ruby.
With development ruby,
make install many times.
After them, default gems are duplicated when exists updated.
And gem with old version in Gemfile does not work well.
% gem list rdoc *** LOCAL GEMS *** rdoc (default: 5.0.0.beta2, default: 4.2.1) % cat Gemfile # frozen_string_literal: true source "https://rubygems.org" # gem "rails" gem 'rdoc', '4.2.1' % cat Gemfile.lock GEM remote: https://rubygems.org/ specs: rdoc (4.2.1) PLATFORMS ruby DEPENDENCIES rdoc (= 4.2.1) BUNDLED WITH 1.13.0 % bundle exec ruby -r rdoc -e 'p RDoc::VERSION' "5.0.0.beta2"
Updated by jeremyevans0 (Jeremy Evans) 9 months ago
This change broke installation when using
--dest-dir, if the gem file without
--dest-dir exists and the user performing the install does not have write access to the containing directory. This affects building a package for the OpenBSD port if a previous package is already installed. Attached is a patch to fix the issue. I plan on committing it unless I hear objections.