Switching between accounts in my local computer

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kikito

26 Jun, 2011 09:58 PM

I have two different accounts on rubygems (one for my personal projects, one for my company work). I must "switch" from one to the other, otherwise I get a "you are not authorized to push" error when trying to push a gem.

It's been a long time since I pushed a gem for my company and I've forgotten what I had to do in order to "switch contexts" in my computer.

I've spent one hour looking for information on how to switch, but I could not find information on it.

What commands / config files do I have to use to tell my computer "I am now user xxx on rubygems, let me push"?

Thanks a lot

  1. Support Staff 2 Posted by Nick Quaranto on 29 Jul, 2011 03:23 PM

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    If you upgrade rubygems, there is a new -k option that lets you specify which key to use. Just edit ~/.gem/credentials and drop in your api key in YAML (follow the example there for another entry)

    gem push --help
    Usage: gem push GEM [options]
    
      Options:
        -k, --key KEYNAME                Use the given API key
                                         from ~/.gem/credentials
    
  2. 3 Posted by kikito on 07 Aug, 2011 01:48 PM

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    Thanks! I was finally able to push the gems.

    One question though: it's not possible to have both keys simultaneously active, is it?

    For now, I have both on my credentials file and comment/uncomment the keys as I need them.

    Regards!

  3. Support Staff 4 Posted by Gabriel Horner on 07 Aug, 2011 07:53 PM

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    It's not possible to have both active. But as Nick pointed out, you can switch between keys with -k with recent versions of rubygems. Feel free to reopen if you have more questions.

  4. Gabriel Horner closed this discussion on 07 Aug, 2011 07:53 PM.

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