If you're using a version of Rails that supports Bundler (Rails >= 2.3, may
work with earlier versions but it's untested), you can use "bundle package"
to automate packing the gems into vendor/cache

More info: http://gembundler.com/man/bundle-package.1.html

On Mon, Jul 18, 2011 at 5:32 AM, Roggie Boone <rogboone / yahoo.com> wrote:

> Thanks for the replies.  I've been out sick and haven't been able to
> work with this too much.  I did install rvm and used it to install ruby
> 1.8.6.  I then did "gem install rubygems-update --version "1.4.1" (to
> get a gem installer that didn't require ruby 1.8.7) and from there, I
> *think* I've got a workable ruby and gem set for my rails apps. I'm
> still testing it though.
>
> Rog
>
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