Hi, all! I've ran into a weird behavior of `Array#each`. Can't make a short snippet that reproduces it, but it happens regular in production for us.
Sorry I thought I'll be able to describe the problem in second message before getting the reply :D
If would be able to reproduce the error - most likely I would not need a help. The problem that it happens in production and I can't nail down the root cause, so I feel like I'm missing something...
or 2. add it to gem's runtime dependencies and require it in main gem's require path (gem-name)
kareeoleez: when you have `gem "foo-bar"` in your Gemfile, bundler will install `foo-bar` gem and will try to `require "foo-bar"` if fail then will try to `require "foo/bar"` if fail will silently skip that
Also, bundler will install all runtime dependencies of `foo-bar`
So, if you will add that dependency in gemspec as: `add_dependency` or `add_runtime_dependency`, and then will add `require "depname"` in `lib/foo/bar.rb` your rails app will auto-require that dependency