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#!/usr/bin/env bash
# This is an RVM Project .rvmrc file, used to automatically load the ruby
# development environment upon cd'ing into the directory
# First we specify our desired <ruby>[@<gemset>], the @gemset name is optional.
# First we attempt to load the desired environment directly from the environment
# file, this is very fast and efficicent compared to running through the entire
# CLI and selector. If you want feedback on which environment was used then
# insert the word 'use' after --create as this triggers verbose mode.
if [[ -d "${rvm_path:-$HOME/.rvm}/environments" \
&& -s "${rvm_path:-$HOME/.rvm}/environments/$environment_id" ]] ; then
\. "${rvm_path:-$HOME/.rvm}/environments/$environment_id"
# If the environment file has not yet been created, use the RVM CLI to select.
rvm --create "$environment_id"
# If you use an RVM gemset file to install a list of gems (*.gems), you can have
# it be automatically loaded, uncomment the following and adjust the filename if
# necessary.
# filename=".gems"
# if [[ -s "$filename" ]] ; then
# rvm gemset import "$filename" | grep -v already | grep -v listed | grep -v complete | sed '/^$/d'
# fi
# If you use bundler and would like to run bundle each time you enter the
# directory you can uncomment the following code.
# # Ensure that Bundler is installed, install it if it is not.
if ! command -v bundle ; then
printf "The rubygem 'bundler' is not installed, installing it now.\n"
gem install bundler
# # Bundle while redcing excess noise.
printf "Bundling your gems this may take a few minutes on a fresh clone.\n"
bundle | grep -v 'Using' | grep -v 'complete' | sed '/^$/d'
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