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[02:32:31] Orbixx[m]: I'm trying to set up a automated testing workflow for a Ruby project and want to use a docker image to do so. I also want to avoid having the docker image redownload gems on each execution, so would ideally like to install them into the docker image using the project's Gemfile.lock.
[02:32:35] Orbixx[m]: If the project's Gemfile/Gemfile.lock contents change and one or more gems need installing and/or updating, can I simply run bundle install to update the existing gems and install new gems on a system that already has the previous project version's gems installed?
[09:12:05] Orbixx[m]: Has anybody experienced their rspec test failing to exit/return after completion?