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2016-02-17

[00:44:25] jimeh: zach2825: are you trying to specify Ruby version via a Gemfile?
[00:45:22] jimeh: chruby or rbenv+ruby-install is your best bet...
[00:46:26] jimeh: I've not tried chruby yet, but with rbenv and ruby-install you'd just do: rbenv install 2.0.0
[00:47:53] jimeh: havenwood: indeed, I meant ruby-build >_<
[00:48:33] jimeh: zach2825: Bundler doesn't manage or switch Ruby versions, for that you need rbenv, chruby or rvm
[00:50:28] jimeh: in theory chruby should work anywhere that has bash is available...
[00:51:04] jimeh: Did you first install Ruby 2.0.0? If not that'd be why it couldn't use it...
[00:54:32] jimeh: zach2825: so you've got 2.0, probably just a PATH issue then...
[01:12:03] jimeh: dnewkerk: here's what bnagy suggests http://rubular.com/r/ivEyFcai0A
[01:13:22] jimeh: Yeah, it's some seriously weird regex... lol
[01:17:24] jimeh: Slightly less weird regex: http://rubular.com/r/QvLj9TMNnV
[01:17:53] jimeh: But yeah, I agree bnagy
[01:25:14] jimeh: dnewkerk: I didn't really simplify, more just change confusing stuff to less confusing stuff... lol
[01:30:37] jimeh: I would indeed :)

2016-02-16

[22:02:13] jimeh: Eiam: nope, I use rbenv to install my own versions of Ruby and never actually use the system one...
[22:03:21] jimeh: Eiam: probably just for people who rarely uses Ruby I'd imagine...
[22:05:23] jimeh: Eiam: most people I know who uses Ruby a lot or do Ruby for work, install specific versions via rbenv or rvm, including myself... And I'd never heard of that issue till now... lol :)
[22:06:15] jimeh: Apple have been doing weird shit with osx for about 5 years now at least...
[22:07:03] jimeh: Yeah, so true... lol
[22:07:55] jimeh: And I haven't heard of chruby before, I'll have to check it out :)
[22:09:21] jimeh: Personally I'm pretty sure I'll eventually need to move away from osx at some point when it's essentially becomes a mouse driven iOS version that totally forsakes power users, thankfully the move is happening slowly for now... lol
[22:09:34] jimeh: Thanks havenwood
[22:11:31] jimeh: Eiam: right, it's even more basic than rbenv... More or less same thing as nvm is for Node.js :)
[22:13:15] jimeh: I think I'll stick to rbenv for the time being at least, specially since I like it's auto switching which chruby doesn't seem to have....
[22:14:37] jimeh: Oh, skimming the readme I saw "doesn't auto switch"... Didn't skim deep enough I guess... lol
[22:16:19] jimeh: Apologies, doesn't auto-switch by default >_<
[22:18:21] jimeh: I'll give it a when I got some free time... Would force me sort out envs in my Emacs setup too, as right now I add rbenv's shim path to the exec-path :P
[22:18:36] jimeh: Haha... So he is shevy :)
[22:19:07] jimeh: Agreed, I'm way behind on my own projects too...
[22:21:46] jimeh: And top thing I want to do atm is sort out a decent Rubocop autocorrect thing for Emacs... Which means one more project to eventually fall behind on... lol
[22:29:29] jimeh: Yeah, that'd be nice...
[22:31:15] jimeh: For now I don't really need to care though, my new client has a established Rubocop config some godly being created, and all code needs to adhere to it the CI build breaks... So Rubocop's autocorrect feature has become my best friend... lol
[22:31:39] jimeh: *or the CI build breaks

2016-02-01

[01:15:39] jimeh: Indeed, there's no loop
[01:17:54] jimeh: As long as you don't give it a stupid high number like 1^100 or something, it won't loop very long
[01:21:13] jimeh: Ox0dea: well yeah, but that's cheating... lol
[01:22:27] jimeh: ebit: are you sure the `system` call isn't hanging waiting for user input via stdin which never comes?
[01:23:45] jimeh: I can never remember if it's useradd or adduser that asks for user input though :P
[01:49:14] jimeh: minibar: I'd suggest you use rbenv to install and manage Ruby versions, instead of Homebrew
[01:50:08] jimeh: Let's you install and quickly switch between any number of versions of Ruby....
[01:50:25] jimeh: Just makes it easy :)
[01:51:26] jimeh: And it let's you install any specific version you need, rather than only versions available as Homebrew packages...
[01:52:28] jimeh: minibar: ah, fair enough, plain Homebrew might be enough for you then :)
[01:53:40] jimeh: volty: personally I need to switch depending on the client and/or project...
[01:54:38] jimeh: One client is using 2.1.5, and have some issues they need to solve before moving to later versions...
[01:54:56] jimeh: While another client is using 2.2.2...
[01:56:51] jimeh: And in both cases upgrades require devops work, extensive testing and shit, basically I let them do whatever they want and just use rbenv and stick a .ruby-version file in each project and the relevant version is used automatically :)

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[19:20:29] jimeh: oddjob: how about using a Gemfile and just calling `system("bundle install")` at the very beginning of the boot up process of your code?

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[09:31:15] jimeh: quazimodo: this might help: http://stackoverflow.com/a/27998791/42146
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2015-05-21

[09:44:28] jimeh: centrx: you mean jimms didn't you? lol
[09:45:33] jimeh: weechat is pretty nice, been using on headless boxes for a few years... on my laptop I use Textual though :P

2014-10-29

[09:41:05] jimeh: also task would obviously need to clear out "next desc", or all task calls would get the same desc if only the first task has a desc...

2014-01-20

[10:43:55] jimeh: Date.parse("2014-01-20") + (24 * 7)
[10:44:03] jimeh: after first doing: require "date:
[10:44:10] jimeh: * require "date"
[10:44:19] jimeh: in pure IRB in Ruby 1.9.3
[10:44:58] jimeh: [Date instance] + Integer == increases by Integer days
[10:45:07] jimeh: [Time instance] + Integer == increases by Integer seconds
[10:45:52] jimeh: http://www.ruby-doc.org/stdlib-1.9.3/libdoc/date/rdoc/Date.html#method-i-2B
[10:46:38] jimeh: http://www.ruby-doc.org/core-1.9.3/Time.html#method-i-2B
[10:47:03] jimeh: lol... I actually just experimented in IRB for a few seconds first, didn't know Date + Integer worked like that :)
[10:48:50] jimeh: only reason `require "date"` is needed is for the Date#parse method which isn't loaded by default in vanilla Ruby...
[10:50:44] jimeh: yeah, makes me think of the Wat presentation... he should have included it... lol
[10:52:08] jimeh: same with Time too, gotta `require "time"` if you wanna use Time.parse