I have just updated Ruby from version 1.9.3-p448 to 1.9.3-p484 using
Yes, you need to run
bundle install for the active ruby version. Please make sure that the active ruby version, and the gemset for the application are set properly. Just do the following (in Linux/MacOS):
$ cat .ruby-version ruby-1.9.3-p484 $ cat .ruby-gemset your_app_name
And before gem update, please re-neter into the your application/gem folder.
$ cd .. $ cd your_app_name
I have an additional note. If your application is a gem, there is no reason to add the
.ruby-gemset files into the git repository, just add them into
.gitignore file. When your application is a rails app, adding the files along with the
Gemfile.lock into git repo has make sense, because you fix ruby version, and gem set for web-application to one that are those, which uniquely will work. Also some cloud services like heroku requires
Gemfile.lock to be added into a git repo.