bundle config local override

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bundle config local override Tanya Mamedalin 6/26/12 12:14 PM
I'm using bundler 1.1.4 and trying to take advantage of the local override option.  However, I don't get any indication that it's being used.  Is anyone else having this same trouble?

yo:admin_web tmamedalin$ bundle config local.oauth /tmp
yo:admin_web tmamedalin$ bundle config
Settings are listed in order of priority. The top value will be used.

  Set for the current user (/Users/tmamedalin/.bundle/config): "/tmp"

  Set via BUNDLE_ENV: "local"

yo:admin_web tmamedalin$ bundle
Using little-plugger (1.1.3) 
Using logging (1.7.2) 
Using oauth (0.4.6)    <--------------------------------
Using oauth2 (0.5.2) 
Using rails_config (0.3.0) 
Using rest-client (1.6.7) 
Using rspec-core (2.10.1) 
Using rspec-expectations (2.10.0) 

Re: bundle config local override Andre Arko 6/26/12 12:20 PM
There is no local override option in Bundler 1.1.4. You need Bundler 1.2, which is currently only available as a prerelease. Run `gem install bundler --pre` to install the prerelease.

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Re: bundle config local override Tanya Mamedalin 6/29/12 2:19 PM
Oops, missed that!  Thanks, using the pre-release solves my problem.

Re: bundle config local override Tanya Mamedalin 7/23/12 11:59 AM
One more question on overrides:

I was following pull requests #1934 and #1810.  What is the outcome of these discussions?  I too would be interested in the option to ignore the branch check.  Will this be an incorporated feature?