Typically, ufo is used as a standalone tool. For example, there’s no project Gemfile and ufo is not a project library dependency.
Update using the installer you used to install ufo onto the system or server. For example:
gem install ufo
Though not as typical, you might have ufo as one of your project dependencies. If so, you’ll also need to update to update the pinned ufo version in your project’s
Gemfile. It looks something like this.
gem "ufo", '~> 6.0.0'
So to update ufo to the next version, remove the version specifier
'~> 6.0.0' entirely or update it to the version you wish. Then run:
bundle update ufo
This generates a new
Gemfile.lock that will pin a new ufo version down. To confirm that the desired version of ufo is being used:
bundle info ufo
Note: When you are using ufo in this manner, you should use
bundle exec, IE:
bundle exec ufo
This ensures a pinned ufo is used. If typing bundle exec gets old, recommend writing a bash shim that adds
bundle exec when needed.
If you want to update all dependencies. You can do that by running:
This updates all gems defined in the
Gemfile and still try to keep implied dependencies generally pinned.
Often, you want to update all gems, including implied dependencies, completely. Blow away the
Gemfile.lock and run
bundle update. Example:
rm -f Gemfile.lock bundle update
This generates a brand new
Gemfile.lock. To see what versions are used: