when `bundle install --path foo` in a new directory with just a Gemfile in it, bundler will persist the path setting in .bundle/config in that directory. I was doing the same thing in a ruby:2.5 docker container (i.e. executing `bundle install --path foo` inside the container with just the Gemfile and Gemfile.lock in it) but the config is missing... i'm running as root inside the container but the config is not persisted. also /root/.bundle contains only the
the readme even tells that --path is not persisted and one must do so by using bundle config but why is the config persisted on my local machine thern?
hi, i have a time like "13:00" and i want to add minutes... i'm not adding more than 200 minutes, so there is no daychange involved and I dont need to mess with timezones or anything, i just want to be able to 13:00 + 80 = 14:20.. can I do this with the Time class somehow? all i'm finding is adding or deleting times to a specific date
shevy: read what I wrote.... i'm asking how to do this without referencing a specific date and time, which is all I found in google..
so i want to add 20 minutes to 13 hours and zero minutes and not to 13 o clock
so there is no builtin class that can deal with this, is this kind of math hardcoded into the Time class? i'd expect that the Time class uses some independent module to do such calculations?
idk... its terribly hard to google for this, as 99% is related to "Time" and not "Duration" problems