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2018-12-07

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2018-05-07

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2018-04-16

[16:39:18] vdl: hi folks
[16:40:00] vdl: why this works fine: http://ix.io/17Wo but this: http://ix.io/17Wp fails with undefined method `register' for main:Object (NoMethodError)?
[16:40:21] vdl: ACTION prepares himself to feel stupid
[16:49:10] vdl: konsolebox: I will stick with the first version, I was just curious why what seemed intuitive to me didn't work
[16:49:35] vdl: havenwood: would module_function be prefered here or `class << self` is legit?
[16:52:15] vdl: I'll propose a patch, we'll see what they think
[16:52:34] vdl: havenwood: would changing it for a module_function have side effect?
[16:59:28] vdl: ok I see
[16:59:47] vdl: I'll fill an issue instead and see how it goes
[17:09:16] vdl: issue created, thanks

2018-03-28

[21:03:30] vdl: Is it possible to hook bundler to execute a command when one does `bundle exec asciidoctor-revealjs <args>`?
[21:08:44] vdl: Also I would like bundle to be executed in a given directory. This equivalent of make -C dir. Is that possible as well ?
[21:14:03] vdl: havenwood: great !
[21:14:21] vdl: havenwood: no need to specify the lock file and the .bundle directory?
[21:15:52] vdl: havenwood: hum ok. That's gonna be messy
[21:17:24] vdl: havenwood: what I want to do is copy the reveal.js directory into the directory of the output file created by asciidoctor-revealjs.
[21:17:37] vdl: it is in fact asciidoctor-revealjs which needs to be hooked
[21:47:28] vdl: havenwood: where did you find --gemfile ? bundle help does not talk about it
[21:47:49] vdl: I'm wondering if there's an option to pass an alternative HOME directory as well
[21:51:59] vdl: weird that it's the install command :/

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