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[19:42:59] tvsutton: Perhaps someone can help me figure out if I'm using this invoking this method correctly:
[19:43:00] tvsutton: Gem.install('xcode-install', options: { :user_install => true })
[19:43:29] tvsutton: Gem.install('xcode-install') does what I'd expect and attempts to install the Gem to the default site dir
[19:43:56] tvsutton: I'm trying to set an option that's the equivalent of `gem install --user-install` but directly from Ruby
[19:46:47] tvsutton: I tried that as well, no luck.
[19:47:42] tvsutton: drbrain: ah, got it. I'm on 2.0.0, which doesn't support an options hash at all :(
[19:47:53] tvsutton: I was looking at docs with Dash, which has 2.3.0
[19:48:27] tvsutton: What I'm actually looking to do is programatically ensure within a Rakefile that a specific gem version is installed in the user's gems dir
[19:49:07] tvsutton: I can do this with shell code, just hoped that I could do it a bit more efficiently directly using Gem in Ruby
[20:26:58] tvsutton: going a little further down the rabbit hole: OS X (still) ships with RubyGems 2.0.14. If I don't first update it to the latest with `gem update --system`, I can't do `Gem::Installer.new`, even though the Gem::Installer class seems to be present in the System's Ruby 2.0.0 dir within the rubygems lib.
[20:28:07] tvsutton: I get "uninitialized constant Gem::Installer (NameError)"
[20:28:35] tvsutton: I'll try that one
[20:29:45] tvsutton: I see, ok. But it seems I don't need to explicitly require 'rubygems/installer' for the latest rubygems version
[20:32:22] tvsutton: Thanks for the tip - I totally didn't realize I'd need to import the sub-components

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[20:28:22] tvsutton: I have a general Rake question: I'm working on a project with a very large Rakefile and it makes branching/merging problematic because many changes go into a single file. I was looking at splitting it up using simply the "rakelib/foo.rake" pattern. Does this method have any disadvantages for simply splitting up our tasks into files more logically?