Are you bundling to `vendor/bundler`? If so, `gem list` isn't aware of bundler's gem path, which is normal. As long as bundler is happy that the dependency is satisfied (`bundle check`), you should be fine as long as you are running everything under `bundle exec` or with a `require 'bundler/setup'`.
On Sep 18, 2012, at 6:43 PM, David Askew <[address removed]> wrote:
I am developing a gem that isn't published to github and or rubygems.org. For the moment, the gem is private and only exists on my local workstation. I've tested the gem, and it works.
For the life of me, I can't figure out how to get bundler (in another project) to install it via bundle install. Anyone have an example gemfile?
I have this in my gem file (Note: the pkg directory contains .gem files)
gem "cerner","0.0.2", :path => "../cerner/pkg"
When I run "bundle install", it shows this
Using cerner (0.0.2) from source at /Users/dhaskew/code/projects/cerner/pkg
"gem list", however doesn't show the gem is installed.
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