We begin another year with more Ruby/RVM drama. First, a recap: In our latest episode, filmed last Friday, we discovered a problem with Ruby 2.3.3 and openSSL on OSX.
rvm install 2.3.3
OSX: Nah, bruh! You are not slick enough, nor do you possess the lyrical skills to master this pristine version of Ruby. Get ya weight up!
Me: What the???!!!
rvm reinstall 2.3.3p222
OSX: Srsly bruh? I said nah! Come back when ya game is tight! (Oh and your hat is plaid out!)
Me: How does this have anything to do with my game???!!!
rm -fr ~/.rvm
Me: [repeats above steps with slightly different “game”]
Several iterations later we found the magic to satisfy some build-time macro that was getting in the way of the installation “game”. Hi, I’m Cliff. You’re here because you ain’t got any programming “game”. I’m here because I actually thought my baseball cap look was stylish when it really ain’t. In either case we now have a working Ruby installation but no way to properly install and run bundler. For those who don’t know, bundler is a Ruby gem that works similar to npm in NodeJS. It manages dependencies.
I’ve spent the better part of my morning arguing with my command line in failed attempts to
bundle install anything. What I get are various errors indicating a missing executable in some user directory of some sort. It’s not immediately clear:
You're whack and I cannot load such a file... $HOME/.rvm/rubies/ruby-2.3.3/lib/ruby/gems/2.3.0/gems/bundler-1.16.6/exe/bundler (LoadError)
I’m paraphrasing the error slightly, but you get my point. This comes after a clean RVM install of Ruby 2.3.3, which I just learned is “a ruby that requires 2 patches just to be compiled on an up to date linux system.” I was so generously warned about this post install. It’s also after a successful gem install of bundler with that same Ruby. So I was thinking it’s as if my environment is set to use some default or global version of bundler. The confusion is that bundler is not installed with the 2.3.3 Ruby I pulled using RVM. So I’m not quite sure why it’s looking in that path or bundler. I don’t have enough Ruby experience to know the difference between user installed, system installed, default and/or global gems so then I was stumped.
Believe it or not, I got all the way to the above sentence where I said, “I’m stumped” before the obviousness of my problem jumped out at me. It really jumped off of my LCD display and slapped me across the face like, “C’mon homie! Don’t act like you can’t see what’s wrong here!” I was issuing all of my
bundle commands with a trailing r! I know I’m not the only person who confuses
"bundler install" and