.rvmrc files are intended to be used to setup your
project's ruby environment when you switch to the project root
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.rvmrc file contains custom shell code, continue using
.rvmrc as it allows you to include any shell code.
If your only aim is to switch Ruby versions, then use .ruby-version which is supported by other Ruby version switchers such as rbenv or chruby . This file also does not require trusting as it is just the name of a Ruby version and will not be executed in any way.
If you use
.ruby-version you can include
@gemset in the file but this will not be compatible with other
switchers. To maintain compatibility use the gemset name in a separate
file .ruby-gemset which is ignored by other tools.
For example, if you have a simple
rvm use 1.9.3@my-appIt can be transformed to
my-appBe sure to remove the
.rvmrcfile as it takes precedence over any other project configuration files:
Casiano Rodriguez León 2015-06-18