Bundler groups are an incredibly useful feature for managing dependencies of your ruby project. Keeping your Gemfile organized can be a challenge and it's all too easy to accumulate stray inline group declarations over time that would be better served with the block-style syntax.
The bundler-reorganizer gem is now available to get your Gemfile back in shape! One simple command turns your unwieldy Gemfile from this:
gem "utils", :group => :development gem "more-tools", :group => :development gem "testsuite-runner", :group => [:development, :test]
group :development do gem "utils" gem "more-tools" end group :development, :test do gem "testsuite-runner" end
Getting up and running with bundler-organizer is as simple as:
$ gem install bundler-reorganizer $ bundler-reorganizer path/to/Gemfile
That's all there is to it. The command is 100% re-runnable, so you can re-prettify your Gemfile from time to time as necessary.
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