I figure these might come in handy and then I’d have no idea how to find them.
In case of problems: http://rvm.io/help and https://twitter.com/rvm_io
* WARNING: You have ‘~/.profile’ file, you might want to load it,
to do that add the following line to ‘/Users/osiris43/.bash_profile’:
* Zsh 4.3.15 is buggy, be careful with it, it can break RVM, especially multiuser installations,
You should consider downgrading Zsh to 4.3.12 which has proven to work more reliable with RVM.
* RVM comes with a set of default gems including ‘bundler’, ‘rake’, ‘rubygems-bundler’ and ‘rvm’ gems;
if you do not wish to get these gems, install RVM with this flag: –without-gems=”rvm rubygems-bundler”
this option is remembered, it’s enough to use it once.
* RVM will try to automatically use available package manager, might require
read more about it in
rvm help autolibs
* If you encounter any issues with a ruby ‘X’ your best bet is to:
rvm get head && rvm reinstall X –debug
* RVM will run ‘rvm requirements’ by default, to disable run:
echo rvm_autolibs_flag=0 >> ~/.rvmrc
* RVM 1.20.12 removes the automated –progress-bar from curl options,
if you liked this then you can restore this behavior with:
echo progress-bar >> ~/.curlrc
* RVM will set first installed ruby as default and use it if run as function.
To avoid this behavior either use full path to rvm binary or prefix it with
* To update RVM loading code run ‘rvm get … –auto-dotfiles’
* RVM 1.20 changes default behavior of Autolibs to Enabled – if you prefer the 1.19 behavior
then run “rvm autolibs read-fail”, read more details: rvm help autolibs
* RVM 1.24 changes default package manager on OSX to Homebrew,
rvm autolibs macports if you prefer Macports.
* RVM 1.24 changes default
–verify-downloads flag to
1 you can get the paranoid mode again with:
echo rvm_verify_downloads_flag=0 >> ~/.rvmrc
* RVM 1.25 disables default pollution of rvm_path/bin, you still can generate the links using:
rvm wrapper ruby-name # or for default:
rvm wrapper default –no-prefix
* RVM 1.25.11 ‘rvm remove’ will by default remove gems, to remove only ruby use ‘rvm uninstall’