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Updated: Thursday, June 13, 2019

bundle-doctor (1)


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


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TH  "BUNDLE-DOCTOR"  "1"  "November  2018"  ""  "" SH "NAME" bun-
dle-doctor - Checks the bundle for common problems SH  "SYNOPSIS"
bundle  doctor  [--quiet]  [--gemfile=GEMFILE]  SH  "DESCRIPTION"
Checks your Gemfile and gem environment for common  problems.  If
issues are detected, Bundler prints them and exits status 1. Oth-
erwise, Bundler prints a success message and exits status  0.   P
Examples  of  common problems caught by bundle-doctor include: IP
"o" 4 Invalid Bundler settings IP "o" 4 Mismatched Ruby  versions
IP  "o" 4 Mismatched platforms IP "o" 4 Uninstalled gems IP "o" 4
Missing dependencies IP "" 0 SH "OPTIONS" TP --quiet Only  output
warnings  and errors.  TP --gemfile=<gemfile> The location of the
Gemfile(5) which Bundler should use.  This  defaults  to  a  Gem-
file(5)  in  the  current  working directory. In general, Bundler
will assume that the location  of  the  Gemfile(5)  is  also  the
project's root and will try to find Gemfile.lock and vendor/cache
relative to this location.

See for descriptions of the following attributes:

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

This   software   was   built   from    source    available    at
https://github.com/oracle/solaris-userland.   The original commu-
nity   source    was    downloaded    from     http://cache.ruby-

Further  information about this software can be found on the open
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