Provided by: ruby-bundler_1.16.1-3_all
bundle - Ruby Dependency Management
bundle COMMAND [--no-color] [--verbose] [ARGS]
Bundler manages an application´s dependencies through its entire life across many machines systematically and repeatably. See the bundler website http://bundler.io for information on getting started, and Gemfile(5) for more information on the Gemfile format.
--no-color Print all output without color --retry, -r Specify the number of times you wish to attempt network commands --verbose, -V Print out additional logging information
We divide bundle subcommands into primary commands and utilities.
[bundle install(1)][bundle-install] Install the gems specified by the Gemfile or Gemfile.lock [bundle update(1)][bundle-update] Update dependencies to their latest versions [bundle package(1)][bundle-package] Package the .gem files required by your application into the vendor/cache directory [bundle exec(1)][bundle-exec] Execute a script in the context of the current bundle [bundle config(1)][bundle-config] Specify and read configuration options for bundler bundle help(1) Display detailed help for each subcommand
bundle add(1) Add the named gem to the Gemfile and run bundle install bundle binstubs(1) Generate binstubs for executables in a gem bundle check(1) Determine whether the requirements for your application are installed and available to bundler bundle show(1) Show the source location of a particular gem in the bundle [bundle outdated(1)][bundle-outdated] Show all of the outdated gems in the current bundle bundle console(1) Start an IRB session in the context of the current bundle bundle open(1) Open an installed gem in the editor [bundle lock(1)][bundle-lock] Generate a lockfile for your dependencies bundle viz(1) Generate a visual representation of your dependencies bundle init(1) Generate a simple Gemfile, placed in the current directory [bundle gem(1)][bundle-gem] Create a simple gem, suitable for development with bundler [bundle platform(1)][bundle-platform] Display platform compatibility information bundle clean(1) Clean up unused gems in your bundler directory bundle doctor(1) Display warnings about common potential problems
When running a command that isn´t listed in PRIMARY COMMANDS or UTILITIES, Bundler will try to find an executable on your path named bundler-<command> and execute it, passing down any extra arguments to it.