Issue #12733 has been updated by Martin Drst.


Vit Ondruch wrote:

> Not only this, but the test suite also needs connection to internet to succeed. No other test needs this so far and I hope it will stay like that.

There are many parts in Ruby that (would) need connection to the Internet for decent testing. Webrick, open_uri, net::http, and so on immediately come to my mind. Also rubygems of course. Also several i18n-related tests (for String#unicode_normalize/upcase/downcase/...), where data needs to be downloaded from the unicode.org Web site if not yet available.

In the case of the i18n tests, they get skipped if the Internet connection fails. My guess is that all the other components that I mention do something similar. So this should also be possible for bundler, even if it's not yet the case.

In general, it would be a bad idea to not have tests that try to connect to the Internet and exercise the relevant functionality, in particular for a language such as Ruby where one of the very big areas of use in Internet/Web related. But of course, it has also to be possible to test (to the extent possible) in a standalone environment.

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Feature #12733: Bundle bundler to ruby core
https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/12733#change-60480

* Author: Hiroshi SHIBATA
* Status: Open
* Priority: Normal
* Assignee: Hiroshi SHIBATA
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rubygems team has plan to migrate bundler into rubygems at rubygems 3.0.

ref. https://github.com/rubygems/rubygems/issues/1681

In current status, rubygems only use `Bundler` module on test suites.
But we should track rubygems upstream step by step. I propose to bundle bundler
for stdlib as default gem on ruby core repository.

but we have some consideration. such as

 * bundler uses rspec for test suites. How to use rspec on ruby core repository?
 * Who are maintain bundler on ruby core repository?

This issue is epic topic. Please comment your concerns or idea. 



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