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2016-07-26

[05:41:52] rann: bundle install however, the platform parameter seems to be ignored and I get binary versions of the native gems. Can I tell bundler: NEVER take binary gems but always compile them?
[05:41:52] rann: Hi all, new ruby and bundler user here. Quick question: I'm on Windows, I have RubyInstaller's 2.3.1 x64 installed with devkit. I can compile native gems. However, sometimes native gems have precompiled dlls/so's in the rubygem repository. I can tell gem install to ignore those by specifying ' --platform ruby ', which I've also added to my gemrc. When using

2016-07-25

[19:32:47] rann: quick question: there is gem --user-install, but is there also its inverse: explicitly asking for installation in a global gem location?
[19:33:46] rann: how does gem determine what no-user-install is?
[19:34:39] rann: I saw that GEM_PATH can contain more than two entries tho
[19:35:30] rann: And I noticed that if you do not set GEM_HOME, behavior differs per platform (some point to system-wide by default, some to ~/.gem/<version>)
[19:36:59] rann: Is it common practice to set GEM_HOME to something relative? I've been testing with that and it works amazingly much like npm that way
[19:37:34] rann: (I'm very new to ruby btw, so excuse me if i'm stating the obvious)
[19:38:25] rann: for development that is really, really nice though.
[19:39:34] rann: how would you do that with bundler? I am using that, but in my case bundler will insist on installing globally, ie, in the system-wide location on my platform
[19:40:11] rann: aaah ok, awesome
[19:40:33] rann: Right, now it makes sens
[19:40:55] rann: well, on the way I learned *a lot* about how gem finds stuff and what is involved :-)
[19:42:36] rann: another question: if I always want to compile native gems: --platform ruby in gemrc?
[19:43:28] rann: (read: I never want to get precompiled dll's/so's, but build on install)
[19:45:16] rann: pg, kgio, raindrops
[19:47:12] rann: Papierkorb: and bcrypt also.. On windows they do, they ship mingw variants, but I noticed that more often than not, these are tightly coupled to the ruby interpreter version and they might install an so/dll that will not load correctly
[19:47:51] rann: on windows you can use the devkit from RubyInstaller as a compiler (the same that is used to create the ruby interpreter on windows)
[19:48:30] rann: Anyways: --platform ruby avoids those binary variants I've notices
[19:49:17] rann: for example: gem install bcrypt (on windows) -> .gems/2.3.0/gems/bcrypt-mingw-something
[19:49:57] rann: for example: gem install bcrypt --platform ruby (on windows) -> compile phase -> .gems/2.3.0/gems/bcrypt-version (like non-native-code-packages)
[19:51:13] rann: Yes, they provide the binaries to assist people that want to install a native gem while no compiler setup available. that's the intent for sure
[19:52:35] rann: but it didn't work in 3 out of 4 packages I tried it with, but after getting the devkit setup (very simple btw) I could install all from source with compile stage.
[20:05:13] rann: miglas-H heh, funny you mention that, I was just jakkering about the same thing :-)

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