Manually updating rubygems

* Ruby Gems will now require rubygems/defaults/operating_and rubygems/defaults/#if they exist.This allows packagers and ruby implementers to add custom behavior to Ruby Gems via these files.It assumes the reader has some familiarity with the Ruby programming language and the Rails web-development framework.I focus on the Documents List API for most of the samples, but the same concepts can be applied to any of the Data APIs. Client Login allows your application to programmatically log in users to their Google or Google Apps account.Upon validating the user's credentials, Google issues an Auth token to be referenced in subsequent API requests.The token remains valid for a set length of time, defined by whichever Google service you're working with.

Please see rubyonrails.org/community and ruby-lang.org/en/community for other Rails- und Ruby-related community platforms.

What You’ll Need You’re going to need a few things setup first for this to work: My Get Feed You’re going to need to create a My Get feed first before anything. There are various places on My Get to add one (and I think once you verify your account you’re thrown into the screen to create one).

In the top login bar next to your name you’ll see a file icon that says “New Feed” There’s also a “New Feed” button in the Your Feeds box on your activity stream page.

= Announce: Ruby Gems Release 1.2.0 Release 1.2.0 adds new features and fixes some bugs.

New features: * Ruby Gems no longer performs bulk updates and instead only fetches the gemspec files it needs.

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