|Related to : rbenv Your Ruby version is 2.0.0, but your Gemfile specified 2.1.2|
|Your Ruby version is 2.0.0, but your Gemfile specified 2.1.2 without update Gemfile|
RVM and RBenv are actually similar tools. There are no practical
reasons to keep them alongside each other in one session (and on one
machine most of the time). They both rely on modifying PATH
environment variable to get the Ruby and supplementary binaries closer
for easy use.
And that's what RVM complains about: PATH is not what it expects to
be. That said, RBEnv apparently tampered with it. Si
|How to enable Rubocop with Syntastic Vim plugin and Rbenv?|
Syntastic is loading the wrong version of Ruby. From your command
line, enter ruby -v && which ruby.
Now, change the second line of the settings to:
let g:syntastic_ruby_rubocop_exec =
Using whatever paths which ruby and which rubocop show you.
|GitHub Import: Could not locate Gemfile|
This is a very legacy codebase and bundler is not initialized. So in
order to install its gem files you need to run the following command:
checkout their environment file:
And they have defined some possible steps to run that project I think
you should read them carefully. For your reference, I am sharing here
|Gemfile.lock equivalent in Maven and gradle|
You are not correct here. If you explicitely state
in your pom, it is garanteed that this version will be used over
transitive dependencies that could use different version.
|Can I keep SQL Server 2005 mdf file of version 612 in SQL Server 2008 express edition of version 655|
Once you attach the .mdf from SQL Server 2005 with version 612 to SQL
Server 2008, it will be upgraded to the internal file version 655.
So yes - you can go from 2005 to 2008 - once - but you can never go
back. Once the file is upgraded, it cannot ever be attached in SQL
Server 2005 anymore