Ever want to test something out in a clean rubygems repo? Want your gem list to actually be empty? Me too. Now you can.
Gets rid of system gems, giving you a clean environment to test stuff out in.
Ships as a rubygems command-line plugin and a file you can require.
$ rm -rf xxx $ GEM_HOME=xxx GEM_PATH=xxx gem list *** LOCAL GEMS *** bigdecimal (1.2.0) io-console (0.4.2) json (1.7.7) minitest (4.3.2) psych (2.0.0) rake (0.9.6) rdoc (4.0.0) test-unit (18.104.22.168) $ gem install -i xxx rubygems-cleanroom ... $ GEM_HOME=xxx GEM_PATH=xxx gem list *** LOCAL GEMS *** rubygems-cleanroom (1.0.0)
sudo gem install rubygems-cleanroom
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