Display the contents of the installed gems The contents command lists the files in an installed gem.The listing can be given as full file names, file names without the installed directory prefix or only the files that are requireable.
Updating ruby gem
It is flexible enough to even let you maintain a set of gems per environment, or per development branch, or even per individual developer's taste!
RVM reduces the complexity of the many facets of ruby development through its command-line API.
* Document-method: put_float32 * call-seq: memory.put_float32offset, value) * @param [Numeric] offset * @param [Numeric] value * @return [self] * Put value as a 32-bit float in memory at offset offset (alias: #put_f loat).
RVM lets you deploy each project with its own completely self-contained and dedicated environment, from the specific version of ruby, all the way down to the precise set of required gems to run your application.
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UPDATE 2014-12-21: Ruby Gems 1.8.30, 2.0.15, and 2.2.3 have been released.
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This makes working with multiple complex applications, where each has a long list of gem dependencies, much more efficient.
RVM lets you easily test gem upgrades, by switching to a new clean set of gems to test with, while leaving your original set intact.
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