On Wed, Jan 4, 2012 at 10:52 PM, Manav Gupta <manavkbgupta / gmail.com> wrote:

> Bhavesh Pansheriya wrote in post #1039483:
> > It will not take more time to install Ruby in new system it would be
> > better. and more make doc for which version of gems, etc are in current
> > system so it would be useful when you install into new system.
>
> Thanks Bhavesh for your suggestions.
> Actually there are some 5-6 people who have started to work on the same
> project just yesterday. Each of them have Ruby installed. But what I was
> thinking if moving of the existing Ruby folder on my system with all the
> gems installed to there system works. It will be a-lot more easier for
> me to create the same environment on the system.
>
> Please revert.
>
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It would be easiest and most reliable to just use Bundler (
http://gembundler.com/) to manage your gems.

and if you're on a *nix system, rvm (https://rvm.beginrescueend.com/) to
manage your rubies.