This package was approved as a trusted package on 12/26/2017.
Ruby is a dynamic, open source programming language with a focus on simplicity and productivity.
Once you start trying to add complex functionality–such as HTTP communication between different applications–you will often find yourself working in well-defined problem domains that have well-known solutions.
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For any machine on which the chef-client is installed, there are two instances of Ruby.
One is the standard, system-wide instance of Ruby and the other is a dedicated instance that is available only to the chef-client.
In those cases, you might want to uninstall these gems to prevent too much unused cruft from building up in your Ruby install.
To uninstall a gem, use the following command (where .It has an elegant syntax that is natural to read and easy to write.This package provides a self-contained Windows-based installer that includes the Ruby language, an execution environment, important documentation, and more.This repetition is obviously inefficient since now any changes to that code need to occur in multiple places when you introduce a new feature or a bug fix.You can mitigate this issue by encapsulating the code into separate classes–which solves the reuse problem–but this solution only scales to a certain point.We’ll also take a look at managing gem sources, giving you more options to install additional functionality libraries from various third parties.