Rails 3 (beta) - Where are 'bundle' gems installed?

In testing out Rails 3 (beta) and following the blog posts to get sample
apps created, and updating old apps, I used the new ‘bundle’ command to
get all the required gems installed.

But - I’m wondering where it is installing these gems? I just did
‘bundle install’ and it installed a bunch of stuff (that I already had
in my Ruby system gems):

Fetching source index from http://gemcutter.org
Resolving dependencies
Installing abstract (1.0.0) from system gems
Installing actionmailer (3.0.0.beta) from system gems
Installing actionpack (3.0.0.beta) from system gems
Installing activemodel (3.0.0.beta) from system gems
Installing activerecord (3.0.0.beta) from system gems
Installing activeresource (3.0.0.beta) from system gems
Installing activesupport (3.0.0.beta) from system gems
Installing arel (0.2.1) from system gems
Installing builder (2.1.2) from system gems
Installing bundler (0.9.4) from rubygems repository at
http://gemcutter.org
Installing cgi_multipart_eof_fix (2.5.0) from system gems
Installing daemons (1.0.10) from system gems
Installing erubis (2.6.5) from system gems
Installing fastthread (1.0.7) from system gems
Installing gem_plugin (0.2.3) from system gems
Installing i18n (0.3.3) from system gems
Installing mail (2.1.2) from system gems
Installing memcache-client (1.7.8) from system gems
Installing mime-types (1.16) from system gems
Installing mongrel (1.1) from system gems
Installing mongrel_experimental (1.1) from system gems
Installing rack (1.1.0) from system gems
Installing rack-mount (0.4.7) from rubygems repository at
http://gemcutter.org
Installing rack-test (0.5.3) from system gems
Installing rails (3.0.0.beta) from system gems
Installing railties (3.0.0.beta) from system gems
Installing rake (0.8.7) from system gems
Installing sqlite3-ruby (1.2.5) from system gems
Installing text-format (1.0.0) from system gems
Installing text-hyphen (1.0.0) from system gems
Installing thor (0.13.0) from system gems
Installing tzinfo (0.3.16) from system gems
Your bundle is complete!

There’s nothing in my .gem folder in my home directory. Not to mention
if I do the bundle install again, it goes ahead and re-installs
everything. Or at least looks like it does. I would figure it’d know
what was already there?

Thanks

On Feb 11, 11:48 pm, “John T.” [email protected] wrote:

Installing abstract (1.0.0) from system gems
Installing daemons (1.0.10) from system gems
Installing rack-mount (0.4.7) from rubygems repository athttp://gemcutter.org

There’s nothing in my .gem folder in my home directory. Not to mention
if I do the bundle install again, it goes ahead and re-installs
everything. Or at least looks like it does. I would figure it’d know
what was already there?

Thanks

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I’m getting the same behavior, though I found most of the gems (gems
which weren’t installed yet as system gems) at ~/.bundle

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