Missing chruby in this list, https://github.com/postmode...
A really small ruby version manager which does nothing more than manage your ruby versions. Unlike rvm and rbenv it does not come with a ruby installer (rbenv uses ruby-build). You can use ruby-install https://github.com/postmode... by the same author for that. Together they make a really lightweight setup for your ruby version management.
What are some caveats in terms of when to install things with sudo and when not to? I use rbenv and occasionally seem to run into issues where I end up accidentally wrecking some of my ruby version installations because I use sudo while installing a gem here or there. Then when I go to bundle a new project it'll prompt me that I don't have access, but I know I also shouldn't bundle with the sudo command. Thanks for the great screencast!
With these version managers, you should never need to use sudo. The reason for this is that they install Ruby in your home directory so you own it. That means that installing gems, running bundler, and anything else all happens in your home directory as well. Since you own that folder, you won't be installing somewhere in the system and means that using sudo then would change the ownership to root and cause problems.
If I have rvm and rbenv installed will it cause errors when I work on my Rails application?
I've been getting a lot of errors recently because I have both installed...
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