On Sunday, January 20, 2013 6:02:50 PM UTC-5, trans wrote: > > > > On Sunday, January 20, 2013 11:37:48 AM UTC-5, Jim Gay wrote: >> >> Have you done "rake db:bootstrap"? With RAILS_ENV=production if you >> need that too. >> >> > Ah okay. I will try that on the server. But when I do it locally for > development I get this: > > $ rake db:bootstrap RAILS_ENV=development > (in /home/tab-computing/Jobs/CafeMezzanotte/openshift/cafemezz) > WARNING: It seems you do not have Bundler installed. > WARNING: You can install it by doing `gem install bundler` > Radiant could not be initialized. Have you run `bundle install`?'. > > But Bundler is installed. >
It seems strange that it would do this. I worked out that it is b/c I am using chruby as a Ruby version manager. chruby is pretty straight-forward setup from what I understand. So I am wondering how is bundler is being checked for?