Some warnings and errors appears today, or at least I only just noticed them.
- Firstly I forget to load guard without bundle exec and this makes me a bad person.
- Apparently I might have more than one version of rspec-expectations and rb-notify installed and I should probably clean them up.
So this might be the case, oh actually. I see the problem. I have a project that has two branches, master and upgrade/rails51. I’m using RVM but each branch has a different .ruby-gemset because of course Rails 5.1 is an upgrade and will have multiple dependencies that are all upgraded too. I must remember to switch RVM environments when flipping branches.
Robs-iMac:core roblacey$ guard Warning: you have a Gemfile, but you're not using bundler or RUBYGEMS_GEMDEPS 09:36:26 - INFO - Guard here! It looks like your project has a Gemfile, yet you are running > [#] `guard` outside of Bundler. If this is your intent, feel free to ignore this > [#] message. Otherwise, consider using `bundle exec guard` to ensure your > [#] dependencies are loaded correctly. > [#] (You can run `guard` with --no-bundler-warning to get rid of this message.) WARN: Unresolved specs during Gem::Specification.reset: rb-inotify (~> 0.9, >= 0.9.7) rspec-expectations (~> 3.8.0) WARN: Clearing out unresolved specs.