Thanks. There's only one version of Ruby installed here (the one shared
by other users of the shared machine), so what I'm trying to accomplish
is to still use that version of Ruby, but have it use the version of
RubyGems that I've installed in my user directory instead of the older
version of RubyGems that's in with the shared version of Ruby. Maybe
what I'm trying to do isn't possible?
Support Staff4 Posted by Eric Hodel on 01 Dec, 2012 01:41 AM
It's perfectly possible, just use RUBYLIB or
RUBYOPT as described in my previous post. This is how
we test new versions of RubyGems as we are developing them while
still using a stable version for our other work.