Right now we have multiple gem commands in /usr/bin… I guess we really should just drop them, and have a single gem command that uses the selected Ruby by default, just like we have a single rake and so on.
This is now fixed since we always use the unbundled rubygems, right?
flame@yamato mytmpfs % qlist rubygems | grep /usr/bin
How would I install a gem for $not_default then?
(In reply to comment #3)
> How would I install a gem for $not_default then?
doing the -v version, I'd hate having to do ruby18 /usr/bin/gem install..
What's the problem with the current setup?
Out of line with the other binaries we install...
ruby19 -S gem install
Or we'll have to make /usr/bin/ruby a binary respecting RUBY variable.