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Updated: Thursday, June 13, 2019

bundle-add (1)


bundle-add - Man page for 'bundle-add' in section 1


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TH  "BUNDLE-ADD" "1" "November 2018" "" "" SH "NAME" bundle-add -
Add gem to the Gemfile and run bundle install SH "SYNOPSIS"  bun-
dle     add    GEM_NAME    [--group=GROUP]    [--version=VERSION]
[--source=SOURCE] [--skip-install] [--strict]  [--optimistic]  SH
"DESCRIPTION"  Adds  the  named gem to the Gemfile and run bundle
install.  bundle  install  can  be  avoided  by  using  the  flag
--skip-install.  P Example: P bundle add rails P bundle add rails
--version "< 3.0, > 1.1" P bundle add rails --version "~>  5.0.0"
--source  "https://gems.example.com" --group "development" P bun-
dle add rails --skip-install P bundle add rails --group "develop-
ment,  test"  SH  "OPTIONS"  TP --version, -v Specify version re-
quirements(s) for the added gem.   TP  --group,  -g  Specify  the
group(s)  for  the added gem. Multiple groups should be separated
by commas.  TP --source, , -s Specify the source  for  the  added
gem.   TP --skip-install Adds the gem to the Gemfile but does not
install it.  TP --optimistic Adds optimistic declaration of  ver-
sion TP --strict Adds strict declaration of version

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|Availability   | runtime/ruby-26  |
|Stability      | Uncommitted      |

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