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# Example ~/.rvmrc file.
#
# This file shows some examples of setting defaults to your own tastes.
#
# If you wish to adjust the default ruby interpreter/version/patchlevel
# settings they can be found in the $rvm_path/config/db file.
# Beware that currently that file is overwritten on install so
# back it up if you change anything.
#
# rvm Path
# This is where rvm installs and manages everything in by default.
#export rvm_path="$HOME/.rvm"
# Source Path
# This is where rvm extracts to for compiling & installing.
#export rvm_source_path="${rvm_path}/src"
# Log Path
# This is where rvm logs all of it's actions to
# (not including the 'do' actions)
#export rvm_log_path="${rvm_path}/log"
# Bin Path
# This is where rvm places all of it's executable/wrapper scripts.
#export rvm_bin_path="${rvm_path}/bin"
# Gem Path
# This is where rvm installs all gems to for each ruby
# interpreter/version%gemset
#export rvm_gems_path="$rvm_path/gems"
# Temp Path
# This is where rvm stores all of its temporary files.
#export rvm_tmp_path="${rvm_tmp_path:-"$rvm_path/tmp"}"
# Install On Use Flag
# Install rubies when used if are not installed.
#export rvm_install_on_use_flag=1
# Gemset Create on use Flag
# This will create a gemset when the gemset is used if it does not exist
#export rvm_gemset_create_on_use_flag=1
# Make Flags, I have 8 cpu's so I might use 7 make threads:
export rvm_make_flags="-j 4"
export rvm_pretty_print_flag=1
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